The happy couple before the ceremony. Don’t they look great?
I photographed the boys first. They all play a lot of hockey together and Brad had the great idea of playing a bit of stick once they were all dressed up. It was funny to see and also a neat way to cut the nerves.
Meanwhile over at the Bride’s they had the same idea and were plaing Wii. Weee!
Inside St. Teresa’s Church
A massive group photo of everyone there. I love doing these. It’s a great way to get a snap of everyone in attendance.
After some family formals at the park it was time for our bride and groom session. First we shot something here in the park.
Off to our first destination, Cape Spear. Though it had been sunny in town it was foggy in Cape Spear and it had also rained some, leaving some rather deep puddles.
On the gigantic cannon!
Go on then Brad, it’s your wedding day.
There were several tour buses letting lots of people off. All of whom were watching the ongoings.
Back to the top of the hill. I love these photos. So awesome.
After a couple stops for family photo sessions, it was reception time!
The bride and groom’s first dance.
We took a few moments after dinner to shoot some in the setting sunlight.
The boys from Central Ladder were hanging around and obliged for a photo op. Not 10 minutes later they were rolling out to a fire. Thanks for the photo and for you know, saving lives.
Just the bride, hanging out on a firetruck… the usual.
Last but not least we set up a long exposure shot. One of my all time favorites.