Carly and Jeff tied the knot! How it happened wasn't the original plan, but they did keep their original wedding date. They said their "I Do's" at the home of a family friend, and in the company of family and close friends. Coronas, Ciders, and Mikes were drank; chicken wings smothered in BBQ sauce were eaten; and tears were shed. I was so happy that I was chosen to photograph and capture their wedding day!
I HAVEN'T BEEN SITTING AT HOME DOING NOTHING DURING COVID-19. CHECK OUT WHAT I'VE BEEN UP TO!
2020 has been quite the year, amiright?!?!?! A lot of plans have changed for me, as I'm sure they have for you. I've been sitting at home lately; staying in with my daughter who recently turned one year, while my husband goes to work in a warehouse for a major grocery store. Even though I've been home raising my daughter, I've been busy.
-I love the country and I got to spend a very pleasant afternoon out in Philomath for the wedding of Morgan and Trent. There was blue sky, mason jars, eucalyptus crowns, hand painted signs, donuts, and smiles for everyone (even with masks on)!
I miss seeing new faces and photographing them in beautiful places. This weekend was when I was going to have my Spring Mini Session Day in a field of Camas flowers, and with the weather being perfect and no one but my little family to be around, I ventured off with my husband, daughter, and her pony.
Some people are fair weather people, but true Oregonians don't worry about the weather, be it snow, rain, wind, or sun. And in March it can still be a toss up with what kind of weather you will be having for your photo session. And this weekend was no different, yes, we had rain. Rain doesn't matter when your couple is as outdoorsy as you!
Plus when you're under giant fir trees and have a cute clear umbrella (that's only used for engagement sessions and weddings), then you're set for some great photos! I had so much fun with Carly and Jeff for their engagement session and I can't wait until they tie the knot this July and I'm there to capture the entire day!
Today I went up to Milo McIver State Park to capture special moments of Caryn with her gelding, Eli. Usually, my session are planned out months in advance, but this one was planned over a couple of days. In February, when you have good weather, you need to take advantage of it!
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