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Traveling along the highways at something over the speed limit can be detrimental to your health. Not only in terms of being in an accident but also by causing us to miss out on the things that are going on around us. An example was the sunset last night near my home on the way back from a job.
Jeff and Lauren were married on October 29, 2011 and this is there first dance as husband and wife. The wedding was beautiful despite the fact that Pittsburgh had received several inches of wet snow through the night. St Malachy was the wedding location in Pittsburgh with the reception being held at the Hilton at Southpointe. Congratulations Jeff and Lauren!
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Black Moshannon State Park, Pennsylvania is located just west of State College, PA up in the mountains of north central, Pennsylvania.
It was a very busy weekend with a wedding in Pittsburgh on Saturday and a photo shoot on Sunday in the studio. The wedding was a very good friend of mine Sarah Wernert’s mother Jeanie Wernert and Craig Stolar. We started out the day by shooting wedding party photos at the waterfall on the North Shore by Hyde Park Plaza. Everyone looked amazing and in that setting it seemed a very Pittsburgh thing to do.
So this is where you will find out all about my photography from weddings to travel to far off countries and places not so far off. Maybe some opinion on something controversial or a comment on something I find intriguing such as the newest technological toy. I love bright shiny objects especially when they make my work more fun and interesting. I’m kind of boring otherwise as most people who really know me will agree. This photo was taken with my little Leica D-Lux 4 point and shoot.