This photo shoot just jumped out of the computer and smacked me upside the head. I am still recovering from it. You will understand after you browse through these __________ photos. There are no words. They are too good for words. Yep, I keep trying to describe them, and I just keep deleting. No words.
If you would like to see more of this wonderful moment, check out Amelia Lyon's blog. I am sure you will be blown away along with everyone else that visits there.
The few thoughts I would like to share. Heidi was so great to work with, she suffered from a bit of over share on my part. She is the type of person you want to tell all to.... which I probably did. She knows way too many of my quirks. She even knows my political ideals, not something I tell many people, seeing as I live in Utah.
I am excited to find out what happens to this couple, you know they will end up involved in something completely glamorous.
Cute candid moment... I love how she framed this image. I am into the mid century modern motif found on the temple wall. I wonder what I would have thought of it ten years ago?
Who has been watching the Masterpiece Classics? I am currently regretting that Downton Park is already over with, sigh. Doesn't this look like an image of that type of movie?
Again, another movie sequence... right.... don't you think?
This one of Heidi is my favorite. I love the abstract quality. It is so painterly. (Is that a word and did I spell it correctly?)
Yes, that made me tear up as well. So sweet.
Okay, so the couple looking at Heidi and Jeff is Malorie and her Husband (as of this summer). I made Malorie's dress, so I am so curious about what they are looking at. What do you think? Hopefully Malorie will leave a comment and enlighten us all.
Thank you Heidi and Jeff for being so photogenic, and thank you Amelia for capturing them so artistically!