The rain stayed away and it was perfect on the beach for Karlene & Yohay to say their vows and marry each other.
Here are the photos to prove it …
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New Years Eve … just before their party. This has got to be the best time to make your models pose while you play around with the camera settings and the shutter speed.
Thank you to Brittany, Kate and Emily for your patience.
These are now officially known as the “Ghost Pics”
What do you think … … …?
Every week I get an email from the Digital Photography School with lots of interesting articles, tips and challenges. I just couldn’t let this one go past without giving it a go. (and if you know me at all you will know that there is no shortage of broken things at my house)
The dog photo is included in this post – not because she is broken – but because she is really peeved with me, I just gave her a bath and she wouldn’t look at me or acknowledge me for the entire afternoon – I think I might be forgiven now, but I have no way of telling because she is fast asleep in front of the heater (with her back to me oddly enough!?) Oh well, I am sure I will be the love of her life again tomorrow at breakfast time.
Enjoy the post … can you tell what each photograph is of?
… days like this you tend to look around you through different eyes. There are people carrying on like nothing has happened. They still whinge about the same old (unimportant) stuff. Their husband didn’t put the toilet seat down, their kids are not getting high marks at school (never mind that they are really nice kids who are happy), their bank account is empty (dah – you are driving a really flash car that uses way to much petrol). they hate their job (hey – just be grateful you have one). Some people are so unhappy with what they have that their mouth is permanently turned down and when they do try to smile it scares small children …
… Can’t the world see that there are people out there with real hurts, worries, sadness and losses? Can’t we just stop and appreciate what we have?
On Thursday the world lost a beautiful, loving, giving and kind woman, mother, wife, friend and support person. The hardest part is thinking about who she has had to leave – it would have broken her heart to have to go so soon. Life is unfair – why do the good people have to suffer?
Janet – you will always be remembered for your thoughtfulness, willingness to put others before yourself, your baking! (oh yes – those cakes!!!), your cheeky laugh, those unexpected swear words that just popped out when you least expected them, your wicked sense of humor, your calming influence and the fact that any time anything at all went wrong there was only one thing to say …
… … … Here’s to you … … …
One of the hardest things I have ever had to do – sit in the backseat and be driven around by my daughter and her friend! But at least we went to the park for a photo shoot. Sometimes I wonder if maybe they are just using me for my camera? Nah – surely they just love to spend quality time with me? Oh well – never mind – at least they look good in the pics. Here’s to Britty and Kate ..