Ava is a very sweet little girl I did a portrait session with this past week.Â She has such bright eyes, the kind that look right through you (in a good way).
Planning an outdoor wedding in Newfoundland relies on a bit of luck.Â As I prepared for Darlene & David’s wedding, it was hard to tell what sort of day it would be.Â Darlene’s luck was evident when I arrived at her home in Torbay and saw the sun breaking through the clouds.Â The marriage ceremony was held in the lovely back garden of David’s parents home.Â What a great setting, surrounded by so many colorful flowers & trees.Â The weather held for us to get shots at Quidi Vidi Lake & St. John’s Harbour.Â I hope they love the pictures… best of luck guys!
On a warm sunny day, there is nothing more beautiful than an outdoor wedding… and with Newfoundland’s amazing scenery, I can’t think of a better place in the world to have it than Middle Cove Beach.Â Mike and Kate had an intimate service which included a lovely sand ceremony. Â This was something I had never seen before, and it proved to be very charming.Â St. John’s has the most unique and vibrant backdrop for pictures, with places like Quidi Vidi, Gower Street & Signal Hill.Â We took advantage of these areas and the fabulous weather and created some wonderful images.Â Best of luck to the newlyweds! Â I hope you love your pictures!
Saturday turned out to be a beautiful day for an outdoor wedding. It was looking a bit questionable there earlier in the morning, with slight showers and some grey clouds, but it ended up to be a great day! Audrey and Robin had their ceremony in Bannerman Park, which was a lovely venue. The couple was then brave enough to follow me all over town and we got some amazing pictures in some really fantastic locations. The bridal party even climbed fences and out onto the rugged rocks of Fort Amherst. What troopers! Thanks so much guys. I had a fun day, and you were great to work with. All the best to you!