Thursday, May 6, 2010

you capture: spring, take 2

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I always think of Spring as the beginning of wedding season. Spring is fresh and full of new growth and renewal. What better time to start a new life with the one you love? Tom and I attended a lovely ceremony this past weekend in Annapolis, MD. Tom's coworker married her sweetheart who is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. The ceremony was in the USNA chapel and the reception was in another fancy building that I don't know the name of. I never get tired of the town or campus. Everything is gorgeous and quaint and historical. Annapolis and part of the campus lay right on the water. The weather was clear and 90 degrees. Aside from the heat, they couldn't have had more perfect weather.
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weddingcake
bow
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champagne
My favorite part was the awesome antique Cadillac the happy married couple used for the day.
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Spring is in full bloom at Beth's!

12 comments:

  1. oh wow. These are gorgeous. those car pictures are perfect!

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  2. Wow, that car is beautiful.

    I love the champagne shot, and the colouring of the dancing couple.

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  3. A spring wedding, how nice! That car is amazing!

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  4. This spring has been a "wedding spring" for me, too.

    These are beautiful!

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  5. Oh wow...fantastic shots! All of them! I'm going to take another peek... ;-)

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  6. The black and white of the car is amazing! Annapolis is a wonderful place for a wedding. My husband graduated from there, but we got married in NY.

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  7. Oh yes, WEDDINGS = spring! Duh. Lol. Great different perspectives! The car shots are totally awesome! Very nice!

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  8. Love the cake topper shot!

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  9. Love your take on spring: fresh starts, new beginnings, weddings, old (cool) cars blooming through another season. Gorgeous shots!

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  10. The car shots are too hot for spring, but I love, Love, LOVE them anyway!

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