March/ April/ May were pretty busy months for me, so instead of trying to blog about everything that happened between then and now, I figure I’ll just knock them all out at once. In chronological order of course…. And we’re off….
Jenny and Donna
Jenny asked me to get some shots of her and her mother for mothers day. We walked around S. Congress and grabbed some photos of the two laughing, having fun and being Mother Daughter. This shoot was a blast!:
Rachel and Phil Get Married
Title pretty much explains it all…. (FYI: I am not the photographer shooting the wedding, just a friend in the crowd with a camera):
I think this was one of the last days that we were able to climb at this place. The water started getting really low, and for some reason, one of the neighbors started being a cry baby about us being there. The police came out a few times, but told us we weren’t doing anything illegal and there was nothing they could do. Timing wise it kind of worked out anyway for us because of the water level being low here and other places were starting to open up. Good times:
Since the weather was still cool and the water level was low, we decided to give a run at the Duende cave and enjoy over the land climbing while we still could.
Reimers – Crankenstein
I’ve been wanting to shoot this classic route at Reimers Ranch for a long time. I’ve always had a shot of this route envisioned and we were able to get it knocked out. As a bonus, this was Mallory’s project and she sent it first go this day! Congrats!
One of my father-in-laws bucket list things to do was to ride in a cattle drive. So he did. This an annual event in Dublin, TX. It’s kind of like a condensed version of City Slickers. They drove these cattle for two days. We were set up just outside of Dublin and I was able to capture a few images of them coming in through down town and to the pin. Seems like a good time:
PMFB – Cow Cove
This is the spot that I was telling you about that we moved onto since Point Cove was getting to high. I shot these at the end of April, and now here we are in July, and this spot is starting to get pretty high. But we still got some time.
Love me some crawfish. I was born in New Orleans…. (check out the pic of the baby flicking me off… gah.)
Amy and Chris
Amy and Chris got married. Same deal as above, just a friend with a camera taking a few photos from the crowd.
Jenkins Custom Homes
Had to throw in some actual work in here too. This house was really well done, finished out nicely, and had a pretty decent view to boot.
Hope that wasn’t to much all at once. I got some more catching up to do too, so stay tuned!!!