i’ve been working on editing some wedding photos that I shot a few weeks back for a friend and co-worker. he exchanged vows (very well written ones – i might add) with a most beautiful woman back in june. i was the second photographer for their spectacular soirée – a most enviable place to be because it gives me a chance to look beyond the standard poses. slow things down a bit. and, capture the ‘little’ moments that make up the day. (my favorites of all time, BT-DUBS)
fast forward a few weeks. work. life. dogs. vacation. family. chores. stuff happens. and then -everything gets real. someone – a beloved someone – passes away. my heart hurts knowing that someone is working to mend heartfelt rips and tears that happen when a beloved soul leaves this world before ‘their time’ and moves on to whatever is next. it is the single driving force behind why i do what i do (and for some very personal reasons).
goodness gracious my heart is hurting. my most sincere, heartfelt sentiments of condolences go out to my friends during this most difficult time.