April 23, 2011

Kelly and Cameron – Norfolk, VA

First wedding of the year….

I have known Cameron for a long time, and when he asked me to shoot his wedding I was more than thrilled. I had never met his fiance, and was just as excited to finally meet her as I was to actually go to the wedding. Although it was a cold, semi-rainy day, you would never know it looking at the expressions on their faces. I could tell that these two really had a strong connection, and that they had all their priorities straight! Thanks again for letting me be a part of your day… I hope you had plenty of powder in Breckenridge!

 

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