Just a little sneak preview of the wedding I photographed in Sonoma a few weeks ago (you may remember the engagement session)…
The groom and his brother-in-law
Mr & Mrs!
One of the engagement photos even showed up on the wine labels!
Night time is the right time to dance
The wedding was held at Larson Family Winery in Sonoma – a beautiful location for a wedding! The weather was perfect, and the bride looked beautiful. It was an honor to be asked to photograph their day.
Leo Robert Gomer is here!! (4/19/2012)
Adrienne and Justin had their adorable baby, and I got to see him just a few hours after he arrived. I had to share a picture of this cutie pie!
I’m a week behind, but here’s some unbelievably adorable pictures of my boy during our Easter festivities!
I even got a basket from the Easter bunny – complete with Cadbury Mini Eggs and a Kermit the Frog pez dispenser – thanks Mr Bunny. After our jelly bean appetizers, I made whole-wheat Bunny pancakes for breakfast. Actually, pretty darn good! I’m not generally a pancake person, but the whole-wheat flour created a tasty flavor.
After our breakfast, we watched Sesame Street, read books, and got ready for our day with Tim’s parents and grandparents. My son is hilarious about his clothes: he has to pick his own outfits. He picked out every item, down to his socks. MY KID IS SO FLIPPING STYLISH. Also, he’s a ham – he started posing for the camera! Tim stood behind me and did funny poses that Marco imitated – it was awesome. Next time CrewCuts needs a model, they should call Marco, am I right?
Once we got to Judy and Len’s, Marco hunted for eggs (I didn’t think he’d be into it, but he thought it was the most fun thing ever), and we noshed on good food all day (my kind of day, lol!).
It isn’t the official start of fall until the trip to the Stanly Lane pumpkin patch occurs!! (Here’s last year’s post 2010) Marco and Belle had a lot of fun picking pumpkins and running around the hay.
I took some family pictures for the Gomers during our visit, and am quite pleased with the results! Of course, I snapped a few of my gorgeous boy…can you blame me?? The camera loves him. <3
I can’t wait to carve our pumpkins!!
Last weekend, I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph the engagement photos for my friend Rachael, and her fiance, Mike. I was very nervous, but excited! Luckily, we all had fun, and the spot chosen for the shoot was so beautiful. I am so happy with how the pictures turned out!
It’s really fun to take photos of people that are so obviously in love – it gave me the warm fuzzies. Here’s a few of my favorite pics from the day:
What do you think??
The title of the blog is from the Madeline Peyroux song – I’ve been listening to her on my Pandora station. I love her voice!
This past weekend was a busy one! My mom and sister came up to Napa for a visit, and we took them out to lunch at one of our favorite Mexican restaurants. Saturday night they babysat Marco while Tim and I headed out for a movie! ’The Social Network’ was playing, and we noshed on popcorn, Icees and Skittles while we watched the whole drama of Facebook unfold.
I think it was actually a pretty good movie, but by no means the best movie of the year (as some have said). Aaron Sorkin managed to make a ‘geek’ story interesting. The actors were all fantastic, and one in particular has caught my eye:
Ohmigosh Andrew Garfield is my new boyfriend (Hugh needn’t be worried, he’s still my other husband)! Sorry, Timmy! You know I love you best. xoxo
ANYWAY, the next day the Gomers came up to go to the Stanly Lane pumpkin patch. We went last year, so it’s kind of our tradition. It started pouring rain when they arrived, so we ended up eating lunch from Gott’s Roadside, and waiting out the rain. Luckily for us, it stopped raining around 3, so we were able to head over and pick out our pumpkins! I took some fun pictures of Belle:
A few other pictures from the weekend:
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Have a good day!
Well well well – Shelly finally kicked my butt in gear, and got me to fix the “aperture” section.
Feel free to peruse around and let her (me) know what you think! Enjoy!
-Webmaster (aka Hubby)
After hours and hours of writing codes, Tim and I still can’t get the Aperture page to look right in all web browsers (Firefox, IE, Safari, Chrome). The links are fine, but the spacing refuses to work properly.
Think we have to scrap the portfolios and try something new there.
Thanks to Google’s decision to cut off FTP access to Blogger next month, Tim and I have had to relocate to our new ‘home’, WordPress.
Blog and Good Reads section are completed, but we’re still working on Aperture and About Me. Bear with us while we work out the bugs from the migration process.