About a month ago, I had the distinct pleasure to photograph Todd and Sara in Denton. And at that wedding, I met Heather who was the maid of honor, and her fiance, Raymond.
Then we met in earnest a little later, and lo and behold, they are trusting me to photograph THEIR wedding, too. Awesome!
We didn’t know for sure what we wanted to do for an engagement session, so we opted for the downtown back alley look, which of course, as an alley cat, is one of my favorites. It was a great adventure. Check out why!
Here we are getting started at the famous cobalt window.
I really enjoy photographing people that like to be photographed. It makes my job so much easier!
Even after all of this time photographing in this alley, I still can’t figure out what’s up with this checkerboard looking child’s tablecloth :>)
The best time to photograph outdoors is late in the day. Just look at this killer sunlight!
This brick is really awesome, too.
We found another tree…
We wanted to find something country to go with the boots and skirt…it’s not the first time a pawn shop has come to my rescue :>)
So we’re cruising around, and we come upon this funky little place that looks like it should have a roof. All of the walls were painted old school.
This has to be old…when’s the last time a tagger used the word ‘Jazz’ as part of the message? Lawrence Welk was president!
I think it was Raymond who liked the looks of this little shack that used to be a police supply hut AND a jewelry repair place. Nowhere but Sherman…
Such a happy couple…
We’re almost done for the day, but Raymond discovers this mysterious locked door. The only way to see what’s inside is to crawl thru the little hole in the door…
Of course we did. And we found this little courtyard that made us feel like we were in a time tunnel. Check out the truck, and before there was TV, they used to paint ads on the sides of buildings.
So our adventure was over. Thanks for making the trip in, guys! We’ll have more photos from their wedding real soon!