Saturday, October 04, 2008


Genuine. That is the word that comes to me when I think of Sarah and James. The way the listen to each other. The way they look at each other. The real and deep connection that comes from years of truly knowing & understanding each other.

Their day started with a First Look on the beach pier. The handsome James waited patiently to see Sarah & give her her bouquet.

I always love these moments between about-to-be-husband and about-to-be-wife.

We got to hang with the always-awesome-photog Tim who grabbed this shot of me playing it safe balancing on a log...

..while I was shooting my fav image of the day:

Sarah - what a natural beauty! She and James love the outdoors, so we headed into the forest for some portraits among the ferns and trees.

Then it was off to Hart House for the ceremony. Sarah and James shared a happy look of anticipation as they walked down the aisle together.

Why doesn't everyone have their ceremony at sunset? So soft & pretty. Love this image from Tim.

They each wrote and read their own vows - which were filled with tender thoughts & laughter. This image just makes me smile.

It's official - husband & wife!

A romantic first dance.

And lots more dancing & fun late into the night!

Congratulations Sarah & James!


Frank DiMeo said...

Chris + Lynn = Awesome as always!
Miss you.

Tim Co. said...

lol? I took that ceremony shot...? really?? WOW! go me! ha ha..

Its always a pleasure visiting that "other" arguably better country on the north american continent and hanging out with u guys! thanks for the invitation!!

Judy said...

Absolutely love all of the images, but that first one is stunning :)

Hillis Photography said...

Absolutley stunning! Beautiful colors, beautiful captures.


jason groupp said...

+1 for what Frankster says! Adding C+L+T = beautiful!

Erin Harvey said...

So many great shots, I love that first one and the one deemed the "favorite of the day". Maybe I'll invite TimCo to shoot with me one day too, hehe. =)

Crissy said...

Gorgeous photos! And I agree with you about the light at sunset (or shortly before) - it's gorgeous (and perfect for photos!)

Great work. Can't wait to see more!

Anonymous said...

nice wedding pictures

Becky said...

I have really enjoyed looking at your blog. I love the limited depth of field on some of your photos. I have been trying to figure out how you do it. Lens baby, petroleum jelly, large format...anyway it's gorgeous.

Lydia said...

Just reached the bottom of your blog page after going over all your posts. Gorgeous, gorgeous pictures!!