June 29, 2012

Rachel and Nick / Wedding Photography at Headcorn Village Hall

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Kelsie Taylor 19:47 June 29, 2012 Reply
the purple colors throughout this are perfect! i love all of the locations for the formal photos, especially the one with the ivy covered tree and the one with the field that you blurred in front of them.
Veronica Varos 19:58 June 29, 2012 Reply
These are so lovely!
nick 20:59 June 29, 2012 Reply
beautiful! i love the bride and groom portraits. well done sir.
Kim 21:46 June 29, 2012 Reply
LOVE the portraits of them in the trees. So gorgeous.
Andy Barnhart 04:35 June 30, 2012 Reply
LOVE the portrait with the flowers in the foreground. That church is amazing. Really great stuff!
ayesha 16:32 July 1, 2012 Reply
very sweet! the portraits are so beautiful, but i also love some of the moments you captured over the course of the day. the love and happiness is evident throughout.
brian rickey 16:38 July 1, 2012 Reply
I really like your style, you capture instead of direct. The couple has to just love these shots.

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