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Wedding photographer’s mind at work…

I love my husband.  He’s a wonderful, kind, creative, brilliant, intuitive, charming man.  And I’ve known him for a while – since 1986 – so you’d think I would have some insight into the way his mind works.  Yet, he surprises me daily… usually in a good way, ha!

The table was set for last week’s wedding elopement.  It’s lovely, and this is what I saw:

And while Larry took dozens of table pictures, looking for just the right shot, he saw this…

As much as I appreciate the table settings, and all the tiny details that go into creating them, and as pleased as I was about the way that bouquet turned out, I would have missed this photograph.  It is so delicate, and evocative of that dappled-sunlight day.

Just enough roses so you’d know it’s a bouquet.  Sunlit reflection on the champagne flute stem, with a single silk rose petal.  An edge of Battenburg lace.  Shadows and light.

It’s such a pleasure, for me, seeing the world through his eyes.


  1. Tammy Doriot
    Posted September 21, 2011 at 7:48 pm | Permalink

    His pictures are stunning, I love that the new wand is even present.
    I like pictures as seen through another persons eyes, we sometimes don’t see those special details that really are the moment in time that needed to be captured.

  2. Tandy Belt
    Posted September 21, 2011 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    Larry is just ONE OF A KIND, and probably why we value him like we do!

  3. Lisa Griffin
    Posted September 22, 2011 at 12:54 am | Permalink

    I cannot wait to see the rest of our wedding photos I know they are going to be GREAT!!

  4. Annette Hill Crane
    Posted September 22, 2011 at 11:02 am | Permalink

    it gave me chills…Thank you for capturing the moments I didn’t even know existed!!

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