I recently had the honor of photographing a lovely spring wedding at the Blue Dress Barn in Millburg. What a fun place to take pictures. There is plenty of green and shade. The place has a lot of character. But the biggest appeal to me is all of the texture in the old wood of the walls and the structural elements of the barn itself. I love the fact that the paint is not perfect and the twin cement silos have vines reaching up them.
In looking at my blog, I realized that my website links to my blog, but the reverse is not true. I admit, I blogging is still a bit like unchartered territory for me though I dabble in it here and there. So without getting into the technicalities of blogging, the only way I could easily find to direct people to my website was to create this post and place a link to my website www.kellyhunterphoto.com here with it’s own category called “Contact and Pricing Information”.
So, if you’ve stumbled across my blog and want more information, please visit www.kellyhunterphoto.com and you’ll hopefully find everything there that you need.
Thanks for stopping.
I am very honored to have been able to photograph my first Bat Mitzvah last week. It was a very meaningful and beautiful celebration of this lovely young lady
The evening started out with this
She was surrounded by loving family and supporting friends. Her father was by her side.
Her mother wrote her an amazing poem which touched the hearts of more than a few people in the room.
Her friends were wonderful and happy to be a part of the celebration which followed.
I really enjoyed photographing all of the meaningful moments and the symbolic events of the evening.
I am trully lucky to be invited to participate in the moments that shape people’s lives. For this young lady, I am sure the night will live long in her heart and I will be very pleased to present her with the photographs she can look back to over the years.