Friday, August 01, 2008

Just Married

I met this newly married couple just about an hour after their wedding for their portrait session. We met for their wedding portraits at the Wayside Inn Grist Mill. They were such a sweet couple and were great to photograph. Do you see the heart shape by the opening in the trees? I didn't until I got back and was downloading. Once I saw the images in my computer ..i saw it and was thrilled, just perfect timing for this couples' session. I have been shooting at this location for years and never noticed the heart shape the trees had started to make along this path. I just call it another "blessing from the photo gods". : ) We ended at their home where I incorporated the the Irish Claddagh door knocker at their front door and American flag waving outside to symbolize their lives coming together as one...she is from Ireland and he is from New England.
Here are some favorites...

















8 comments:

rel='dofollow'David said...

Great photos...the heart shape in the trees is perfect!

rel='dofollow'HeatherBabe said...

I love all of these pics... you are wonderful!

rel='dofollow'HeatherBabe said...

i love all of these photos.... they are beautiful

rel='dofollow'Gina Geigley said...

These are beautiful! You can really feel the love between these two in these photos. Very COOL shot of the "heart" too!

Shannon Holden said...

Absolutely beautiful!!!

rel='dofollow'Jana said...

I agree, the heart shape is perfect! I also love the silhouette. They look so in love, and I'm sure they are thrilled to have chose you to capture these special images!

rel='dofollow'Leilani said...

Paula,
My husband and I will be in your area next month. Wondering if you can squeeze us in? We've been married for 14 years but after seeing these beautiful images I would like to do an "engagement" session. Your work is truly lovely. Leilani

rel='dofollow'Michelle said...

I saw the heart as soon as I saw the picture. That is awesome!! So cool. I noticed lots of hearts in the rest of the photos also, just the way their heads are tilted and other things. Fabulous job Paula!