Endless Sunlight for a Wedding

The wedding of Shannon and Spenser took place on one of those perfect summer days with never ending sunshine to highlight the love and celebration they shared.

Here is a look at some highlights from their day.

Thank you so much for having me be a part of your special day and celebration at the Dowagiac Conservation Club. Please find the rest of your online album here (Note: at the time of my posting this, they were uploading – so check back more than once).

A Sneak Peek

I have been taking more pictures than typical at recent weddings and processing them has been taking me a bit longer than I like.  I’m catching up fast though.

With that said, here is a peek at the beginning of a beautiful wedding.  It is just a hint at what’s to come.  For you, Shannon.

More pictures are coming very soon.

Senior in the Sun

I’m always honored when one of the young people in my world wants me to photograph a senior picture session.

In thinking back, I’m pretty sure I met this beautiful and extremely talented young lady while she was holding a chicken.

I have seen her teach young people anatomy and I have seen her win trophies for her knowledge and her skills. She’s able to soothe an upset turkey to the point of falling asleep in her arms.  Her pup adores her and sits as well as stays when asked for as long as asked.

She is a teen leader and an inspiration to many young people who look up to her for guidance.

She has a way with animals for certain and she can bend the strings of a cello to fill the air with the most beautiful sounds.

Talented – that is no doubt. Beautiful, no question.

Congratulations, Lacey, on your senior year.  Your talents have helped me out many times!  Please find the rest of your online album here.

Quiet in the Country

My wedding this past Saturday consisted of these two wonderful people.  But before I get to their wedding pictures, I should probably post a look at their recent engagement session.

I truly adore them and their families.  Lindsey and Troy are true from the heart country cowgirl and cowboy (as in – he’s got “rodeo riding” in his resume). They are talented with animals and enjoy nature, so this location fits perfectly, like a good pair of boots.

This place they chose to be married in is special – in oh so many ways.  Special in the romantic, meaning-filled way.  And “special” in the manner that it’s extremely unique.  A hidden world deep in the woods.

Soon, there will be another post with the most beautiful wedding held here.  I am so very thrilled to have been a part of it all.  Thank you Lindsey and Troy.

Find the rest of your online album here.