Brian and Sharon were married on Saturday and they needed a replacement photographer for a few hours, and so, I stepped in. This was probably the most fun I’ve ever had at a wedding reception – which was really like a great party and not a wedding reception – which is exactly what they wanted.
I shot in color but they wanted a black and white set as well so I converted them.
Taken from the Avenue I train station.
Spent yesterday afternoon photographing Christina and Andre. Congrats to the happy couple on their engagement!
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Spent Saturday night with some good friends at Tre Merli!
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My hand on Friday morning (marked PAID with a sharpie at Glasslands)
My upper (inner) left arm on Friday morning:
Equals – unnatural sleeping position…..
Many thanks to Conrad from…Trail of Dead for pointing this out. His comment: “Can’t we grow trees on ALL the buildings…” Lovely concept, isn’t is?
I wrote this on the train after leaving Eric to go on a photo shoot. I considered rewriting it but these were my first feelings and so I left is as is.
When Eric told me that Pela would be no more I wanted to cry. I did not because I knew that he was upset enough and with better reason for it than me for it ended a dream for him. It ended a dream for me as well. I love these men as if they were my own flesh and blood and wanted this for them more than I could ever express. They deserved it – worked for it – sacrificed… It breaks my heart that I will no longer stand before a stage and photograph their magnificent performances – my boys. They are tried and true friends. No one has supported and pushed me more. Without them I would not have had the strength and courage to pursue my own dream. There will always be a hole in my heart where Pela lived. I mourn the loss.
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Click here to read Pela’s letter.