Archive for February, 2010

  • Molly and Samuel

    Saturday, February 27th, 2010 at 09:07 | 2 comments
    Categories: Weddings

    Molly and Samuel really made a remarkable impression on me during our first visit on a stormy day. Samuel drove in from out of town to meet me. Molly’s soft spoken voice really stood out as we talked about their upcoming wedding at the beautiful Berry College in Rome, GA. It was an amazing experience getting to know them.

    Fast forward to the wedding day and here are the newlyweds.

    But let’s back up just a bit to earlier that morning. It was clear how close Molly’s family was to each other. The morning was filled with Mom helping and lots of hugging.

    The flowers and details were beautifully chosen. I met up with Samuel and the guys later that day.

    Because of their tight schedule after the ceremony, they allowed me to photograph them earlier in the day. Here are the two meeting for the first time. The mood was joyful and happy as the took a few moment to themselves. Samuel is twirling Molly around.

    And off to Win Shape Retreat for some photos of the two.

    Molly’s Dad arranged for a vintage Rolls Royce to transport the newlyweds for the day.

    The ceremony at the Berry College chapel was moving with participation by so many close friends and family.

    During the reception, Sam (Molly’s brother this time) performed. The reception was held at the Ford Dining Hall.

    At sundown, they rolled away in the Rolls Royce to their honeymoon.

    To view a full gallery of photos for the entire day, click here.

  • La Boutique Fantastic

    Saturday, February 20th, 2010 at 01:00 | 2 comments
    Categories: Events

    This is another great Spring Concert by the Sawnee Ballet Theatre. I thoroughly enjoy the variety of programs they’ve performed through out the years. If you haven’t seen them before, you should try to catch their upcoming performances.

    Here’s the link to the full photo gallery:
    Feb 20, 2010 performance

    Here are some highlights of the performance. They started their program with “The Orchestra”

    Followed by “The Emporor’s Waltz”…

    and “Sugar and Spice”

    The fun “Groovy Baby” was next.

    To close, “La Boutique Fantastic” was amazing.

  • ‘The Snow Tickles My Tongue’

    Friday, February 12th, 2010 at 01:45 | 0 comments
    Categories: Misc

    That’s what my daughter told me after playing in the snow. The kids loved the snow. As an adult, this was probably the best case snow for Atlanta. That is, there were plenty of snow for the kids to have fun. But the roads were cleared of any ice by the next day.