A beautiful day in Vancouver after several days of rain, but the days are certainly getting colder! Well, all the locals seem fine with the temperature. We may need to start finding some indoor locations for our portrait dates. What saved time and warmth this time though was that I got some batteries for my remote control.
We had a fun weekend: brunch at a frirend’s place, Game Night at our place (consisting of friends, Bomberman, Carcassone, Taboo, and Bananagrams), a Home Depot run (you need local insurance to rent the trucks there, which apparently you can get a day’s worth of insurance through ICBC), church, portrait date, and then I had a fun session with a local family today at Stanley Park that I can’t wait to post. Ridiculously cute kids!
Portrait date with my husband in Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, BC! Just my kind of date! We had an absolutely gorgeous day today in Vancouver and the colors of the leaves are just beautiful. We even got a little bit of tennis in today – Stu always gives me a good work out.
I love being a photographer. <3
Edward and Kim are getting married in a few short weeks, and I’ll be flying back home to DC to celebrate with them! Edward is one of my best friends from way back in high school, and I cannot imagine someone who would be a better fit for him than Kim. They are awesome, they are awesome together, and they may just rule the world one day. They are two of the most loyal and giving people I know, not to mention ridiculously entrepreneurial. They’ve not only inspired me and given me a lot of good business advice, they actually gave me the push I needed to really get my photography business started, so many thanks to them! I am certainly blessed to count them as my friends and am so excited to celebrate with them! Many years of love, joy, and happiness to you guys!
These photos were taken at a cute lavender farm that Kim found called Seven Oaks Lavender Farm in Virginia. If you go there, beware, they have a cat that guards the farm. The cat wouldn’t leave us alone. It kept following us with his leery eyes, and would stake his ground when I was trying to take some photos. Fortunately, he was cute and made a great addition to some of them.