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Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby Tarafrost » Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:15 am

I just posted a preview of some of the photos Dana and I took for my great-niece, Bethany for her wedding a few weeks ago down in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

http://www.tarafrost.com/galleries/BethanyAndJeremyWedding.html

In case anyone is interested....
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Postby HunnyB » Wed Jun 04, 2008 9:49 am

Great photos. BTW, where have you been lately?
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Postby nannybear » Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:13 pm

Great shots T, my favorite is the one at the end as well......cheers Jan
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Postby BarbaraC » Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:44 pm

Wonderful photos, Andrzej. I've always preferred that kind of wedding photography to the sort posed in a photo studio. One picture stood out in particular because the world conjured up a breeze just for the bride, tossing her veil prettily for that unofficial first dance.

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Postby seektheburd » Wed Jun 04, 2008 3:23 pm

As always, great photos Tarafrost. You did a beautiful job capturing Bethany's special day.

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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby trulytango » Wed Jun 04, 2008 10:45 pm

Hi there

You did a great job... as well as the lovely pictures of the bride and groom, you captured real happiness on the faces of the people attending! The finished album (and show, I hope) will be worth waiting for.

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Postby newtcruiser » Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:10 pm

Nice work on the photos TaraFrost. They look like a real happy couple.

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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby Tarafrost » Fri Jun 20, 2008 5:40 am

HunnyB wrote:Great photos. BTW, where have you been lately?
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Thanks to all for the nice comments.

As to where I've been....working (healthcare technology startup company), riding (motocross with my nephew) and finally trying to help out the Bear Creek Sanctuary (rebuilt their ATV and spent some time building a new wolf enclosure for the 4 puppies who have outgrown the small enclosure). Also been playing with a new blu-ray HD setup and a 120gb Sony HD camcorder. Too busy to do much with PSP, and that's unlikely to change any time soon.

So don't hold your breath for a wedding slideshow...not gonna happen any time soon. ;-(

Funny....never received any notices of replies to this thread, which is why it took a while to respond.
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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby BarbaraC » Fri Jun 20, 2008 5:51 am

Could you take some time out to post pictures of the wolf pups? Surely you've taken at least a few snapshots. I have a real soft place in my heart for wolves. Of course, I could go right now to the sanctuary's Web site to see what's there, but if you already know there's nothing and you can quickly post a few pics, I'd love seeing them.

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EDIT: Never mind! I found a huge collection of puppy pics. They look no different from dog pups, and yet they'll always be wild at heart. One brown parent and one black?
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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby Tarafrost » Fri Jun 20, 2008 6:02 am

Barbara wrote:Could you take some time out to post pictures of the wolf pups? Surely you've taken at least a few snapshots. I have a real soft place in my heart for wolves. Of course, I could go right now to the sanctuary's Web site to see what's there, but if you already know there's nothing and you can quickly post a few pics, I'd love seeing them.


It's Dana (my wife) that maintains the BCEWS web site, so I rarely know what new pics have been posted. I do know that she posts new stuff very frequently though. I supposed I should find some time to create an RSS feed for the sanctuary site some day.

Barbara wrote:EDIT: Never mind! I found a huge collection of puppy pics. They look no different from dog pups, and yet they'll always be wild at heart. One brown parent and one black?


Raven is the father (black, but he's got a lot of silver/grey in him) and Luna is the mother (more white/cream/grey than anything else). If the pups look brown, it's probably from rolling in the mud! ;-)

They are moving to the new (huge) enclosure today or tomorrow. Dana (and I if I can make it) will be photographing and videoing the move, so look for some coverage of the pups in their new home next week on the site.
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Postby BarbaraC » Fri Jun 20, 2008 6:10 am

...so look for some coverage of the pups in their new home next week on the site.

I will.

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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby debngar » Fri Jun 20, 2008 6:26 am

Wonderful photos. The one at the end is my favorite too!

Cheers and congrats to your great-niece!

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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby briancbb » Sat Jun 21, 2008 11:47 am

Wow, that 9th portrait picture of Bethany is truely great in my opinion, the other aren't bad either :lol: .

Notice there is a great slide show going on at the reception.
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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby jeanc » Sun Jun 22, 2008 3:16 pm

Beautiful photos and beautiful bride. Can't wait to see more.
Good to see you back around these parts again.

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Re: Great-Nieces Wedding photos...

Postby Tarafrost » Mon Jun 23, 2008 5:31 am

BarbaraC wrote:
...so look for some coverage of the pups in their new home next week on the site.

I will.


Two puppies moved to their new enclosure yesterday....the other two will move in today.

According to Dana, they were all excited...running around like kids exploring their new home. Photos to come soon.
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