This little beauty had the best lips ever. She was so sweet and her parents are over-the-moon in love with her.
While I was in the Poconos, I took some time to photograph one of my favorite families 🙂
Funny story – – I had been eyeing up this gorgeous field next to this old, abandoned barn, so we stopped there for a couple shots. We weren’t out there for two seconds, when an old man across the street came hobbling out of his house and started yelling at us to get off his property (oops!). I apologized and told him we had just stopped to take a few pictures, but that we would leave if it wasn’t okay with him. He mumbled that it was okay, so we attempted to keep shooting. But it was just too awkward with him watching us, so we quickly gave up. As we were walking back to the cars, he yells “Make sure you wash your legs off, you were standing in a bunch of poison ivy!” Nice.
I had been really looking forward to Erin and Ryan’s wedding at Winterthur Gardens. First of all, it’s where I really wanted to have our wedding, but it just didn’t work out. And secondly, it’s where my husband and I take our kids all the time. It’s a gorgeous place and I definitely encourage anyone in the area to check it out!
Anyway, onto the pictures!
Did you know that a pair of spoons work great to get rid of under-eye puffiness?
Erin and Ryan opted to see each other before the ceremony so we had more time for pictures. I love how excited Ryan is!
Cocktail hour around the reflecting pool. For you photographers out there, this was taken at twilight and my settings were: 2.8 1/125 ISO 25,600. Yes, that is 25,600!!
We had to reschedule once due to rain and since mom was very close to her due date, we were going to have to do this session rain or shine. It wasn’t looking promising, but literally, just as I was pulling up the driveway, the clouds parted and we had a perfect evening. And she even brought her horse along! How cool is that?