If you're not smiling after you look through these, you're not breathing! I'm still feeling that glow two weeks later from being in the joyful loving presence of these two. Amanda and Dan got hitched down the road from their cute little house in Bawley at a place called The Gantry (a well known haunt for local kids doing backflips and fisherman). It's now marked with a five star rating on my Love Map. Happy days. I feel so fortunate to be a part of peoples celebrations when it comes to this good stuff.
Have you seen bigger smiles! It makes me so happy to see that, and to feel it, and to be able to capture it! For a late May Wedding too, Jodie and Andrew, couldn't have been luckier with the weather. Blue skies, and a warm autumn afternoon sun notched up the happiness factor for every one.
For me, personally, when I'm given free reign to shoot things as I see it, and very much work as a Photo Documentarian, I'm definitely in my element. I hope this shows.
For now, I think everyone who got to celebrate Jodie and Andrew's Wedding in Culburra that day, is still going to be a buzz from what a feel good affair it was. Looking closely at the shots, you'll see a subtle reference to Jodie's competitive Oyster shuck off. There's also plenty of that warm and fuzzy stuff between these too gorgeous people during our 10 minutes steal away for some portraits. There's also a first dance that's a bit sneaky on the verandah of the Surf Club. And the list goes. Have a good look, there's so much awesome stuff going on.
My warmest congrats to my lovely clients once again.
Dean - aka CloudFace.
Some days just work out like this....like perfect. Picture perfect blue skies that turn salmon pink through turquoise and deep ocean blue. Perfect teeth in perfect mouths outstretched bigger than wing spanned arms, all to the tune of perfect tunes - the pitch is loving happiness.
From smiles and cuddles through to deeply caring and romantic kisses, if you didn't feel like 'getting down' on the dance floor to celebrate all this good stuff, something was a miss. Nope, nothing was a miss. Everyone, absolutely everyone, partook whole heatedly and with bodies grooving from start to finish in Trixie and Cameron's Wedding.
As always I'm a smile magnet, photographically (and personally). My compass was doing 360 spins constantly. Everywhere I looked another cool moment. There were tears too, but tears of happiness. They're even better :-). Ohhh, don't we all love a good Wedding. No one more than me. And this was as good as they get.
My warmest congrats to Trixie and Cameron!
Dean aka CloudFace