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The Tree and the Cloud | Travel Photography

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 Posted in Travel 
I recently went a trip to Colorado with some of my friends. As we were driving down a dirt path to our cabin, I noticed this perfect little tree that was dwarfed by this friendly cloud. We slung the car to the side, and jumped out for a quick shot. What I love most about this pic is the reminder of perspective. In my world, a tree is huge...it reminds me of how small I am. But, compared to the sky, the tree is nothing but a drop of green. It was in this moment that I felt childlike again- small and full of wonder.
~Ginny

The Tree and the Cloud
"The Tree and the Cloud"

photographed with Fuji XE1 w/ 18-55mm f/2.8-4 OIS lens

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Summer Storm | Travel Photography

Monday, August 25, 2014 Posted in Travel 
Stormy Beach Travel Photography
"Summer Storm"

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Christina & Robert | The Pavilions at Angus Barns Wedding

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Posted in Wedding 
“Your wedding day is most likely the only day that all of your closest friends and family are gathered together under one roof.”
~Marc

These words of wisdom are from a past Groom I photographed. I had never really thought of it that way, but his words ring true. And, it’s the biggest reason why I try to steer the focus of my Brides and Grooms to savor the purpose of their marriage rather than the functions of the wedding. Christina and Robert were a great example of a couple that I didn’t have to coach towards remembering what’s most important. It just came naturally to them.

Robert is godly man and stable leader who has a deep kindness that makes everyone who encounters him feel valuable and “seen”. Christina is the very definition of joy. She is like the beacon of a lighthouse… I could feel when she was in the room, because the whole room lights up in her joy.

My coverage of their wedding started at the rehearsal dinner. There were multiple moments that I just so happened to see Robert lead Christina to the outskirts of the party so they could soak in all that was happening. They seemed to know how easy it is to let the weekend slip right through your fingers like grains of sand. They purposefully paid attention to every granule, observing the beauty of each person who came to celebrate their love, appreciating the role they played in their lives and honoring their presence.

From the start of the day until the final goodbyes, Christina and Robert remained grounded in the heart of their wedding. They were solely focused on their marriage over the functions of the wedding. I think it’s a beautiful lesson that can help future brides and grooms remember to savor their day.

All of the people that you love most have gathered to together to celebrate the union of your two lives. Rather getting caught up in whether or not that shade of pink in the flowers is perfect, focus on the celebration of your lives. That’s the part of your wedding day that will remain vivid in your memories for years to come.






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Christina and Robert, you truly are a beautiful couple grounded on the solid foundation of God’s love for you, and it shows in everything you do. Thank you for being a beacon of light that points to what matters most in this life.
~Ginny

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