You know how they say that babies have cries? Like for example the hungry cry or the tired cry. I never really understood that as all baby crying pretty much sounds the same to me. That was until I realized that my dogs have barks that I can clearly recognize. There is the intruder type bark when someone knocks on the door or they hear a sound, the playing with each other bark, and then the barking at something they want to play with. I heard some barking yesterday and I assumed they were playing with each other. Until it continued and I realized there was something outside that they could see and that they wanted. I assumed a cat was a likely suspect but the way our house and yard are situated make it difficult for them to see a cat. So I walked outside and saw them both staring at the wall. So I was convinced that they had gone mad, maybe just maybe they could see their own reflections in the window? Unlikely as they are small and the window is WAY above them. Then one of them jumps up and I see a tiny lizard. I was amazed that they both saw the lizard and were so interested in it that it was causing a bark fest. I mean what really would a dog do if they caught the lizard- eat it? My only solution was to make them come inside and they were both pretty bummed about it. Sorry for the completely random story but I really thought moms were making up the cry thing and now I know it isn’t so.
As you all know I love TTD sessions. From down and dirty to elegant and sweet. What I love most though is the overall contrast of beautiful wedding attire and not so wedding like surroundings. Whether this is achieved through mud slinging or just a great location really doesn’t matter to me. It is like an oxymoron for your eyes and I can’t get enough. Today’s session is one of those absolutely gorgeous sessions with no mess or fuss, just a great isolated location and beautiful photos. The credit goes to the talented Adam and Imthiaz Photography. I do think this ranks high on my list of favorite post wedding shoots. See for yourself.
If you could pick a funky or unexpected location for a post wedding shoot- where would you go? Without the constraints of the wedding day schedule you can go just about anywhere you please! And if you could get photos like the ones above I think it would be worth it!
Images submitted via Two Bright Lights.