Hello! Yes, I am still alive and doing well. It’s about time I update the blog with some fresh photos. Over the next few days I’ll catch up on blogging and a little more. At times, I am a procrastinator and sometimes I need a little extra motivation (especially when it comes to blogging, though I plan to work on this!). So I hope you enjoy the images and then read what motivated me to catch up on blogging. ;)
Crystal and Clinton are a seriously sweet, fun, loving couple. It shows through the photos. We shot the majority of the session in Mission, just driving around and found some beautiful locations. Of course it helps that we had some incredible sunset golden light too! To us photographers this = backlighting heaven. I loved loved LOVED this session!
Something too sweet not to share about these two, is that when Clinton gives Crystal flowers, he always takes the time to hand pick them himself, he never buys them. Isn’t that too cute?
I love how they both goof off and at the same time are super romantic together.
Such a beautiful evening…
Outfit change and a few more photos with the remaining light.
What are the chances the train would come by during the session? Ha! Well, we made use of it.
Here’s a little preview of their beautiful outdoor wedding in Grand Forks, BC that I’ll be posting shortly. Stay tuned!
So for those wondering, I decided to catch up on blogging, well, because it’s about time and my motivation is to Help Haiti. I saw a facebook status from Jamie Delaine that inspired me to start helping Haiti: “Instead of buying coffee this morning–this will last longer–donate $5 (or more) to the Haiti Relief Fund.” I am not going to be preachy here. If you don’t want to give, then you shouldn’t. Ignore this. If you are interested, I support and trust the work that Compassion does in Haiti.
I will give $1 for every comment I receive and $2 for every comment stating what you have done to help Haiti even if it’s as simple as prayer. I’ll do this for the next 5 days while I catch up on blogging and donate up to $300 to Compassion’s Haiti Earthquake Response Fund. Also note, comments can be on any blog post. Thanks!