Its tough to get families together these days, and even tougher to have everyone look great in a portrait. When dealing with large groups our recommendation is don’t shoot large groups, shoot each family and put them together. 🙂
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Sometimes…Marriage fails. People die. We realize we can’t save the world. In the chaos of trying to escape our own path of darkness, we say something, or meet someone, or do something…that changes…everything.
In my novel, MOON DUSTERS, military and civilian lives spiced with struggles collide…and a realization forms: that sometimes somewhere somehow, we turn pain…into purpose, tragedy…into triumph, and impossible odds…into passion-driven dreams.
MOON DUSTERS is plotted as a love story…a love for each other, but more so a love for finding one’s true purpose in life…and not being afraid to live that purpose even if you’re the only one that knows it’s yours.
MOON DUSTERS is interlaced with a non-profit organization, On Purpose Journey, which currently encourages and assists combat Troops overseas and veterans with post war life. More information about On Purpose Journey Inc. is available at http://www.OnPurposeJourney.com.
MOON DUSTERS will be published in the next 45-90 days.
YES!!! Fresh snow, now let’s hope we get flurries in the evening..looking forward to some special photography for a special couple.
May the snow gods bring flurries for Megan and Aaron’s wedding…cross your fingers the white stuff is going away.
What do you think, a good setting for a black and white wedding?
Checking out the Parkway by Whitnal Park, these deer went undisturbed as cars drove by, the food was by far more interesting.
The madness continues like the repetition of fence posts.
Perhaps a thaw will was away this tender leaf, for now it becomes art, complimentary colors and placement in the frame are all considerations.