Thursday, July 9, 2009

Five on Friday

I've been a total slacker with my Five on Friday "random things" posts, so I'm getting ahead of the game & posting this at 11pm on Thursday night.

So... instead of another 5 random things about yours-truly tonight, I'm going to share 5 photos. Let's face it, you'd rather see those anyways. :)

If you've been keeping up with my blog, then you know I was on vacation last week. My little family met up with some of our most favorite people in the world, Asheley & Judah. We spent a lovely few days together on the beach & of course, my camera had to make an appearance at some point. So for now, I'll leave you with 5 of my favorite photos from my 10-minute photo session with Asheley & Judah, before the skies opened up and rained us out.
Have I mentioned that I am available for destination weddings? :) Really, I love to travel & will be living on airplanes this month as I have 3 back to back weddings in other states starting next week. Oh, how I'd love to shoot a wedding on the beach! Holla!

I love getting comments.... so please leave a comment to tell me which of these is your favorite! Don't be shy! :)

8 comments:

Laura Wagner Photography said...

love the second and third one :):)

Faulkner Photography said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!

rachelhockey said...

numbers 3 and 4 are tied for my faves. but asheley does look absolutely gorgeous in number 5.

Megan- sunloving said...

love #4!!!!

Michelle Higinbotham said...

A favorite!? Seriously. They are all great. What I love is the sky. Usually beach pictures are bright with squinty eyes. The looming storm sky is awesome. I love the green in her dress to compliment the "emerald green" waters. U da bomb as usual girl ;)

Pinky said...

I love the last 2...Beautiful!!! Great work!

not alone said...
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Peter Gray said...

Hey Amanda, my name is Peter Gray. I am Gary Gray's Brother. He pointed me to your site. I do some photography and was wondering what camera you use. I noticed in one of the pictures there was a lens flare that was very round, so I assume your lens has a leaf shutter. What body and focal length do you use? I appreciate the information.