Friday, July 06, 2007

Tracey and Jeff's Wedding

Last weekend I shot Tracey and Jeff's wedding in Hot Springs, Arkansas, which is a surprisingly cool town.  Aside from the unbearable heat and suffocating humidity it was an awesome day.  It was held at the Garvan Woodland Gardens so I took advantage of the forest setting.  I don't get to shoot in areas like that too often so it was a lot of fun.  Well, it was a lot of fun except for the poison ivy I got hiking through the forest.

Here are some of my favorites from the day.




The beautiful bride.






The incredible chapel.  It really was as amazing as it looks in the images.


The cake was really great... then in melted in the hellish heat of Arkansas.   Seriously, it melted.  But it was a sweet cake.




I love this moment as they're listening to the toasts.
The first dance...


... and the father daughter dance.
The grand exit.

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5 Comments:

Blogger Zack!!! said...

man, looked like such a fun and unique wedding. Greta shots as always.

12:27 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth Witt said...

wow, such a cool veil!

5:38 PM  
Anonymous Curt said...

nice wedding, beginning to end.

8:14 PM  
Blogger AmyC said...

I LOVE everything about this location! So gorgeous!

These pictures ROCK, of course, with my favorites being #s 5 & 9. LOVE the backlighting!!!

7:42 AM  
Anonymous david said...

Alright, Norwood, I'll make you a deal. Either you start taking some bad photographs once in a while or you send me a thesaurus with new ways to say, "Those are some great shots."

I'm getting tired of repeating myself. Your call.

8:34 AM  

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