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Once again, it’s catch up time. In the month of March, I witnessed a spectacular wedding. These two are a match made in heaven. The bride picked a wonderful theme that was able to give everyone a clear insight to how thoughtful this couple really is. From the colors, to the centerpieces, you name it. This kind of creativity is really inspiring. Most of all, it was fun for all. Everyone had a great time. The honored couple, the family, guests, and the talent brought in to help everything perfect. Good food, great beer, great times were shared by all. The only thing missed was Agnus the cat.
Click the link below the first pic for “MOAR”.
I have been assigned to a project in Loiusiana that will last a few weeks. A few of us snuck across the “causeway” to New Orleans on a Saturday. To sum it up, it’s a big, giant tourist trap. But what the heck, it was fun. The French Quarter was bigger than I tought. I actually thought it was a monetary piece about the size of our 25 cent coin.
For more click, “more” on the link below the first pic.
On Lazarus Saturday, many catechumens were recieved by the Church. The baptism and chrismation ceremony was beautiful and rich in tradition.
I made many fast edits for fixing exposure and light balance to share with the Church. However I always wanted to go back to this and see if I could match the ambieance this ceremony presented in picture form. I truly don’t think it’s possible. You have to be there to witness something like this. But I tried anyway 🙂
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Drumroll please….after much thought, procrastination, a ton of help (thanks Brianna Coggeshall’s Design Studio), and more procrastination, all is here. There are a few more kinks to work out, but for the most part it’s ready to make it’s debut.
Okay, you may have noticed the new banner. It snuck it’s way up there a bit earlier. Thank goodness. The last attempt was put together in a bit of a rush.
For all the secrets and insight into how Brianna and I came up with this “look”. Click for more after the “break”. To leave well enough alone, just don’t click.