Happy Halloween everyone!
I know its been crickets here on the blog lately despite a record number of great fall shoots to share with everyone, its been killer! That’s the downside to so much shooting: we haven’t been able to sit in front a computer long enough to edit so the sessions are piling up like the leaves outside. If you are waiting to see Jessica’s bridals, Baby Madeline, Baby Alannah, Laura & Tom’s esesh, Baby Amelia Cate or Baby Anna & Lauren, hang in with us just a little bit longer… we’ll get there! And there’s even more great stuff to shoot and share next week so stay tuned. Thanks to everyone for such fun, fall ideas and excursions… In the past two weeks I’ve shot at a pony ranch, a pumpkin patch, an old movie theater, a college campus and many welcoming homes as far as Palmyra and as close around the corner. Its been amazing.
While we are usually so good about getting each wedding we shoot posted within a week, I decided that Amy and Jack’s fall wedding in the mountains of Crozet last Saturday was WAY too good for a quick and dirty edit (all this afternoon would allow) so I’m going to keep working on it until the trick or treaters pound the pavement so we can share it with you properly early next week. If you’re tuning in to check it out we thank you for stopping by and thank you for your patience, please come back and check in with us again on Monday!
And a quick bit of exciting news, we just learned that Megan and Tom’s wedding at Berkeley plantation will be featured in the Spring ’09 edition of Washington Bride Magazine, a regional of Modern Bride Magazine. Congrats, M&T!