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Tuesday, May 17, 2016



Oh Hannah what a great post, that must have been a great assignment and, knowing your photos, the people will be thrilled.


More great photos by Hannah! What a fun job.


Thanks for the compliments, Rose and Victoria!


Hi Hannah! Oh that is so, so neat! You were zoomed in so close you could see the bride's dress and her bridesmaids... What a beautiful vista from your house, the ridges of the mountains are lovely. Thanks for sharing some of the pics from your afternoon of photography with us. :)


I think this is so cool. The family's idea to photograph from afar is pretty novel...what a totally different perspective,

I'm curious how long you spent taking pix, i.e., did you stand there for several hours, or did you take them intermittently?


Danielle, if you and your family are ever in our area, feel free to stop by and enjoy the mountain view. :)

Cathy, I took photos for about half an hour, on and off, starting before the wedding as cars were arriving, to the entrance of the wedding party. Then I took a break and checked out the window every so often to see what was happening. As the sun began to set I shot a few quick closing images. Since they really only wanted the view, there was only so much I could capture.

Kim Cupo

How I miss that mountain view! I know you all appreciate that view greatly :)


Thanks, Hannah, for your response. Now my eyes are drawn to that white barn as depicted on your header every time I check your blog for new posts. Hey, perhaps you can post a bit while your mom is away...😀

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