What gorgeous photos (and people);I just love the place where they got married; the colour of the wood against the earth and her white dress... so special.
excuse me, ma'am but there is no direct link or advertisment on your blog about your business!!! how can this be?i have been a reader for a couple of weeks now, and just now found out what you did. you really must learn to promote yourself better!! i, for one, want to promote you! shout from the rooftops that you have some photographs that only can offer the world.
did i mention that i freaking love your website? well done.the work is just stunning - simple, eloquent, quiet, poised, meaningful, rich, and so unique.
Stop... you're making me blush :-)Thank you though Emily and Candace!
M.Are you done work yet in that silly old stuff-a-rama library???!!! Time for us to get to the thrift stores in Palm Springs to buy some raunchy old taffeta and put your cameras to work.You are my very favorite and very best camera clicker you know.XOXOXOXOXOXOOX
Oooo... taffeta from Palm Springs! You almost had me quitting the library.Soon dearie, soon.
...since when the heck do you say dearie??? Dearie?
By the way, LOVE that you finally put a profile up on this little bloggity. It looks swell:)
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