Josh called upon me to photograph this awesome occasion. I came slightly incognito and milled around the bridge while Josh and Carissa threw tortillas on the Suspension Bridge. A fun little jazz band played conveniently off to the side. She suspected nothing. It wasn’t until the band began to play a very familiar special song to the couple…Josh got down on one knee and Carissa said an emphatic, “Yes!” It was perfect!! Way to go Josh!!
I was milling about the Waco Suspension Bridge last night under my umbrella, when all of a sudden the rain stopped and the sun crept out. This resulted in a beautiful and elusive rainbow as well as some pretty awesome orange/yellow evening sun and lovely little rain drops on all sorts of things. These are my favorite three photos. Enjoy. Sar
Carl and LaTrisha are fun to be around. That’s why I was delighted that they called me up to take photos of this momentous time in their lives. They are about to expand their family by two–they’re having twins! I am so excited to see those babies and to be able to follow them with my camera as they grow! Thanks you two for making me a part!
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Everyone needs a little inspiration now and again. The time had come a few weeks ago for me. I had a visit with my friend Lacy over at Georgio’s Bridal Salon in Waco and told her that I needed to photograph a bride in a very green field of grass on the farm where we live. I had been walking in the garden the week before to pick some greens for dinner and noticed the amazing evening light streaming in at a wonderful low angle, emphasizing the long rolling waves the grass blades made. Inspired by the light (as usual) I set out to capture something new and different with a bride. I asked my oh-so-talented and faithful friend Angela Karr to dream up a make up job that would surprise and enchant our friends. She agreed and so did Casey our sweet model. We met up at the World Hunger Relief Farm, Inc. (where I reside:) and set to work.
My only regret is getting a later start than I should have. The light was at its very end when I just felt like I was getting warmed up! Even so, I love the shots that I did get. I hope you do too and I welcome your comments and ideas.
Take a minute to be inspired this week. You’ll be glad you did. Cheers!