Five years ago today, I was in that pre-wedding prep mode (much too early in the day, thanks Catholic upbringing)–blueberry muffins, face mask, hair, make-up, dress, uncomfortable shoes, maids, Flaggship, navy and green, a sandwich and a Coke. Then onto photos, antique car, Dad, Mom, lush peony bouquet, arched doorway, happy aisle, beaming groom, seersucker, […]
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Photographing the ocean is fascinating because it is always changing–the color, shape, form, and atmosphere. Combine that with a photographer’s freedom to play with shutter speed and camera movement (both employed here) and the creative possibilities of pattern and shape are endless. I love how the crashing waves and sun streaked sky take on a […]
Bermuda |bərˈmyoōdə: a British crown colony made up of about 150 small islands about 650 miles (1,046 km) east of the coast of North Carolina; pop. 58,000; capital, Hamilton. Inhabited since 1609. ORIGIN named after a Spanish sailor, Juan Bermúdez, who sighted the islands early in the 16th century. I’m heading out of town […]
Wouldn’t we all like to be in the land of ice right now? With NYC temps soaring near 100 again today, I thought I’d cool off with a few icy images from a glacier hike in Patagonia. I’d personally like to dunk my head in that glacier lake right now. Yes, that is a deep […]
I spent the day editing some fun shots from last Friday’s wedding and wanted to post a cute one. More to come! Happy Monday.