I’m surrounded by people – friends talking at several tables, a group of four ladies studying for a final for their summer class, three men praying over their meal, and a few others like me who wanted to get out of their office. I’m at one of my favorite out-of-office work locations, Panera, where I often come to escape the confines of my house to hunker down and get some work done. I’m usually a people watcher, but there’s something about this place that makes me focus. I knock out so much on my to-do list when I am here.
Hence the reason I’m here.
That to-do list is much too long. Since we’re back from vacation, it’s time to get back to business. I’ve got albums to design, files to cull, orders to place. I just couldn’t resist looking at Anne and Ashton’s wedding photos from this past Saturday. I am just beginning to go through them so at first glance, these two stood out to me.
I always love a classic photograph of the bride reflected back in the mirror; there’s something symbolic about it. Reminiscing about the past. Hoping for the future. Excited to walk down the aisle. Maybe even a good dose of nervousness thrown in for good measure.
And then there’s Ashton’s facial expression. Could it be any more perfect? I think his face says everything words cannot. There’s a whole series that I’ll be showing you when the entire wedding goes up.
Until then, I’m back to tackling this list…
Did you miss Anne and Ashton’s engagement session? Click here to see the photographs taken on Town Lake in a canoe.