Good Morning Folks,
I trust all of you in the northern part of this great country are enjoying your snow? I personally love the snow and even though it makes driving a pain I firmly believe it is completely worth it! For all of the southerners who are reading this all I can say is I am sorry. :)
This week I decided to break out of my typical mold again and post on the wedding we attended on Saturday. I am sure you all know that my family and I drove out to Ohio for the Sufficiency of Scripture conference, which, I am sure, raises the question, where are the pictures? Due to the fact that I am currently in possession of only part of my photos I decided to wait on a post until I have more selection. Why would that be, you may ask? Well, I must first of all inform you that one of the side effects of carrying a larger than average camera rig is people instantly assume you are a good photographer, and, as a result, requests to take pictures are fairly frequent. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind it at all, it is just something to consider when purchasing equipment. This being the case, it was not long before I was asked by a friend of mine, who was taking pictures for the event, if I could lend my aid in the uphill battle to get great shots in the rather miserable lighting situation that existed. I, never one to turn down the request of a lady, consequently joined ranks with the elite photography team and proceeded to spend the rest of the conference running around the huge building taking pictures. The upshot of all of this is since I was dumping my cards as we went along, I ended up with only a few pictures on some of my cards. I also gave my card from the Creation Museum to someone else for a time, but that is another story. I had a blast shooting the conference but the side effect of that is that you all will have to wait for a post.
You can see some pictures from the event, including a few of mine, on the NCFIC Blog and Doug Phillips' posted a few on his blog.
All of that being said, the post this week will be on my wonderful cousin Rachael's wedding! Who really doesn't want to look at wedding pictures anyway?