This is the second year in a row on January 7th that it has been in the single digits in Nashville, Tennessee. It is also the second year in a row now that I have tried to capture the life of a bubble in 5 degree weather. I have seen photos of freezing bubbles before and I am very intrigued by the process. Both year's I have found that it is very difficult to capture. If it is too windy, the bubbles float away. If they hit the ground before freezing, they pop. It seems that if they land on a surface that is cold enough, they seem to not burst as quickly. If it was colder than 5 degrees, it may allow them to freeze before hitting the ground.
I had Heather's help last year and even then, we were both running around the back yard trying to catch the bubbles on our blowers. I bet we looked [...]
A new blog about our trip to Key West will be coming soon...right now we are living the moment, but I wanted to share these photos in the meantime. Click any of the images to download and use as a background. Once the image loads, you can right click and save image as, or possibly select set as background.
For our second wedding anniversary, having never seen the west coast, we decided to experience it together. It was June of 2009 and we had spent the night at Lesley and Ray's house. Lesley is Heather's sister and Ray, at the time, was her roommate. Ray was nice enough to drive us to Atlanta so we could catch a flight to San Francisco, the first stop of our trip. As we headed down I-75 in a Mazda 3 hatchback, we were rear ended by a pickup truck. Luckily there wasn't any damage and everyone seemed to be ok.
We continued on and Heather, Lesley and I made our flight. Upon arriving in California, we picked up our rental car and made our way toward the city. After fighting the crazy drivers and traffic, we made it to downtown and we were rear ended. Once again, the cars were fine and we felt[...]
Since launching our new photographer website, I decided it would be nice to start a blog, to give your the opportunity to get to know us a little better. I've decided instead to take you back to the beginning, where it all started, where our love for photography really bloomed.
It was a hot June wedding in 2007, but luckily there was no rain and our plans to be married outdoors became a reality. With a fairly small assembly of friends and family, we said our vows while overlooking Marrowbone Lake on the back terrace of Shadowbrook Mansion in Joelton, TN. We didn't ask our guests for the typical gifts, instead we setup a travel registry and our friends and family help us by donating money toward our honeymoon. We had our sights set on Kauai, also known as The Garden Isle, the oldest of t[...]