Friday, August 29, 2008

Bonneville Salt Flats

Last Saturday, Aug. 23rd, was the winding up day for 2008 Speed Week at the Salt Flats. Steve and my Dad and brother headed out there at 5am and were able to see some amazing cars, speeds, and accidents. My Dad has always been a 'car guy' and it has always been a dream of his to go to speed week. Steve said watching my dad and brother was like watching two little kids in a candy store for the first time. I wish I could have been there! Luckily, my husband is a photographer and he took some amazing photos. I've posted a few here on the blog. If you want to see all of them click here.

This motorcycle went over 240 mph...and then went down. And the guy? He's fine. Gotta love those leathers!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Anny and Chris: Engagements

Introducing Anny and Chris!
We did their engagements a couple months ago. We headed up Milcreek Canyon... me, Steve, Anny, Chris, and Balrog and Percy - their two dogs. Balrog wasn't that cooperative, so he didn't make it into very many shots, but Percy was a little older and a little less fidgety. It was so much fun and they were so easy with the camera - it was great. Here are some favs:

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Jena and Brian

Here are some photos from Jena and Brians wedding in May. It was beautiful. Jena's taste is impecable. Sorry it took me so long to post some pics!

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Waterson Wedding at Log Haven

You know how you kind of picture what kind of wedding you want? Well, Jamie and Cary pictured an elegant, intimate wedding of close family and friends, and they nailed it. It was perfect. The ceremony and reception were held at Log Haven up Milcreek Canyon, which immediately created the ambience. Jamie's dress was white and ivory with beautiful beadwork and detail. Cary was in a classic black suit and light green tie. The music they played was picked by the couple and showed their personalities and did a wonderful job adding to the 'mood'. Oh, and the flower girls and ring cute are they? Again, it was perfect. Here are some favorites: