“James and Lindsey are some of the coolest people you will ever meet. They are getting married in fall 2014 and wanted to celebrate their engagement in the small town they both grew up in – Santa Paula, CA. The small town, which was once the center of a booming western movie industry, has so much charm and was a wonderful backdrop to tell James and Lindsey’s story. We spent most of the afternoon exploring antique stores and eating tacos. The culmination of the day was definitely when they took us out to a farm outside of town to explore in the late california sun. Stunning to say the least.”
stoked to have
and i need to thank them so very much for being so very patient with me. i will sheepishly admit i kept forgetting that they had submitted and this is what happens when i don’t write things down in my planner. regardless, i am so very glad to have their work on this blog. their work is absolutely beautiful and there is so much honesty behind it.
head on over HERE for more of their latest work. you won’t regret it. go. now.
there is a huge unsettling feeling behind the scenes here. there could be some major changes in the coming year for me. i also have the travel bug and am in the beginning stages of planning a big trip for my dirty thirty with one of my closest friends from high school. it’s funny how friendships work. we have always kept in touch but never lived in the same city since we graduated from high school. and yet, every time we talk via text, skype, or phone call, there are belly laughs galore where we’re often left in tears as a result. always glad for these friendships and really hoping that this trip does happen. we’re thinking Ireland, Scotland, and yes, Iceland. if any of you reading have any recommendations for these places- where to stay, what to see, where to eat- I’ll be incredibly thankful and appreciative.
anyways, onto this week’s confetti throw fridays. again, i was terrible and couldn’t decide on just five. so there’s ten.
highly reiterate that you must click on each of the links to see more from that post. all of them are just bloody brilliant and spectacular. my picks from each of the wedding photographers’ posts are only just the surface. y’all really need to see what these talented wedding photographers are so wonderfully capable of.
this weekend i’ll be trying my hand at being a photography assistant for Chaz Cruz. i’ve heard i’m going to get a great arm workout.
hope you all have a fantastical weekend!
another southern engagement session for you all. this time from Savannah, Georgia.
and featuring the talented duo,
but you’ll also want to stick around HIGH FIVE FOR LOVE’S BLOG to check out their latest work too. their work is so stellar. you really ought to see for yourself.
“Chase and Hillary, a well known couple throughout Missouri and Texas for both their adorable personalities and amazing careers, are saying I DO this summer in beautiful Kansas city Missouri and I couldn’t be more excited to photograph their day! For their engagements, we met in Chase’s home state of Texas, at the Dallas Arboretum for what we thought would be one sunny and warm session outside of the colder days Missouri had been seeing. As best laid plans have it, the day started cold and rainy. But with a quick stop at the store for some adorable umbrellas to get us through the gardens, we managed to create breathtaking engagement images! This session was such a breath of fresh air from the amazing locations to the sweet couple in front of the lens.”
so thrilled to feature the work of the ever wonderfully talented
with this engagement session from Dallas, Texas. that Dallas Arboretum and those delicious Emporium Pies though.
you all must head on over HERE to check out more of Catherine’s gorgeous work.
i mean..confetti! obviously that’s why i featured this engagement session. but that was just an added bonus really. the photography by
is just spectacular. loved how she captured the couple and the city, Chicago. there’s more from this session HERE.
then stick around O’MALLEY’S BLOG for more of her latest work. there’s most definitely some amazing work over there.