Archive for April, 2007

  • Brian and Alexandra

    Saturday, April 28th, 2007 at 00:47 | 0 comments
    Categories: Weddings

    Location:  Chota Falls

    Full gallery of pictures: (here)

    You may have already seen my previous post about Brian and Alexandra’s engagement shoot. This post is about their wedding. The day started up in Clayton, GA at the Savannah Beauty Works. While the ladies were doing hair and makeup, Clayton was enjoying their annual celebration on the street. The day was so nice, that who couldn’t be thinking about playing tennis, but I regress.

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    Here they are after hair and makeup. Styling!! Oh, yeah, they were downing some Mimosa’s too.

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    After an early round of golf, the guys were styling themselves. Here they are back at Chota Falls.

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    I could make some Brokeback comment here, but hey, they’re brothers after all.

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    Of course, the ladies were having fun too.

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    Here’s the chapel at Chota Falls where the ceremony took place.

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    Alexandra had planned tons of details about the wedding. Like the tables were named by major tennis tournaments. There’s also an assortment of candy that’s to die for. Here’s a picture of their beautiful wedding cake.

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    Since I can’t highlight all the events of the entire day, I’ll just close with two pictures of the newlyweds. More pictures to come soon.

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    And thanks to Dean for assisting me at the wedding.

  • Erin and Nathan

    Sunday, April 22nd, 2007 at 02:20 | 0 comments
    Categories: Weddings

    Wedding Location: Atlanta Botanical Garden

    Location: Muse Salon & Spa

    Photo Gallery: here

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  • 100 Million Units Sold

    Saturday, April 21st, 2007 at 01:05 | 0 comments
    Categories: Events

    So the company I work for has just sold over a 100 Million Units. That’s quite an achievement that we’re all proud of. But this isn’t a story about work, it’s about getting an excuse to party.

    So, where did we go after our 100 Million Party at the great Biltmore? The Gordon Biersch.

     

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    It’s within walking distance of the Biltmore with a great atmosphere and a set of pool tables. Naturally, we all felt like we were good at playing eight-ball.

     

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    Well, maybe after some drinks first.

     

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    After that, we were all natural pool sharks.

     

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  • Pure Fashion Show 2007

    Sunday, April 15th, 2007 at 22:57 | 0 comments
    Categories: Events

    Today was the 8th Annual Pure Fashion Show. Ben Vigil invited me to come photograph the event. Being my first fashion show, I was amazed at everything that was put into making such a great show.

    The Everlife Band came to entertain, and that they did.

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    And here are the Pure Fashion models.

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  • Destination – Destin

    Sunday, April 1st, 2007 at 23:03 | 0 comments
    Categories: Landscape, Travel
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    SPRING BREAK – It’s that time of the year again and since we had a quick sneak peak at Myrtle Beach, SC a few weeks ago, the kids were very much in beach mode. So, after my friend mentioned Destin during a friendly game of cards, we decided to hook up for spring break in Florida.

    Before we left town, the weather forecast was pretty bleak… rain all week down in Destin. With nothing else to do for spring break, we decided to chance it. We got there late in the afternoon after catching down during the travel down. Things were clearing up just a bit. After meeting up with Jeff, we were determine that we were going to at least see the beach, even if it’s double red flag warning level and no one else was on the beach.

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    All we could do was to just head out to a nice dinner. The next morning started out the same, a very isolated and quiet beach.

     

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    It would only be hours later when mass chaos would appear.

     

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    But let’s not get too far ahead here. The beach was still under double red flag warning. So, the kids decided to just start digging a hole in the beach.

     

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    and dig….

     

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    and dig…

     

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    and even the little ones were digging…

     

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    In between digging, they decided to take a little dip in the waters.

     

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    In the evening, we did more beach things.

     

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    like hunting for sand crabs. The kids found a few, but it must not be crab season.

     

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    By the end of our trip, the kids dug a big hole.

     

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    But others that gave up on digging, just decided to enjoy the day under the umbrella.

     

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