This is a time-lapse of the session below.
It started like this for me about twenty years ago when Cindy & Chuck
asked me to photograph their wedding. The image below is a redo of one of
the images we actually took on a trip to Cape May, NJ. We
photographed a series of images we could use for the album as well as
the images we took the day of the wedding a week or so earlier.
Do you ever get the feeling you can call things? Well, I did. These two
are what I like to refer to as “life-ers”: in it for keeps no matter
what. It’s as though you can see that their souls are truly knitted
together. Sometimes I think I can see that connection in a tangible
way and so the rest of the images may help you see it as well.
CJ leaves for school tomorrow, embarking on an exciting journey, one of many to come in his life. Have an awesome first year!
My first dauphin sighting all summer, watching them swim made me realize how restricted they are in captivity. They can cover miles in no time flat who’d want to put all that power in a fish bowl?
This couple fell asleep and never got burned, they know how to use an umbrella.
Hey San Diego, lovely family enjoy hubby while the kids spend time with the G-parents.
Keep your faith in all beautiful things; in the sun when it is hidden, in the Spring when it is gone.
~Roy R. Gilson ~
Thank you Lily for being precious, beautiful and a joy to work with.