Wedding of Sarah and Billy Donovan

The wedding of Sarah and Billy was full of laughter, tears and most of all, love.  It was an honor to be a part of it, to be the one who documents all of the tiny moments that make up a very big and important day.  The location was perfect, and one that I had never been to and didn’t even realize that it was a popular wedding venue – The Bath Maritime Museum.  And now, onto the photos!Maine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerMaine wedding and family photographerI hope you enjoy your preview, Sarah and Billy!  There is more to come!  I wish you both lots of love and laughter from this day forward.  xoxo

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Lea, Tabitha and Spartacus

It was six years ago when I first photographed Lea with her horse, Spartacus.  This go around we have an additional player, her daughter Tabitha.  So much fun to witness their interactions with each other, to see Tabitha riding this big, black horse with not one ounce of fear.  Of course Spartacus took very good care of her and mom was only a step or two away.  The first few photos will be of just Lea and Tabitha playing and dancing in the fields of Lupine, and then we’ll move on to include Spartacus.  Enjoy the show!Maine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerWay too much cuteness, I know, but bare with me because there is much more!Maine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerMaine Family PhotographerIf you would like to see the other posts I have done in the past of Lea and horses, here are some links.  Horse Play – A Celebration of Life.  Crossing Over – In Honor of NonshThe Red Steak Warriors.  I know I took more but apparently when I switched blogs they didn’t copy over!  Oh well, you get the idea!

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Miniature Foal and Toddler

There is really nothing more adorable than a miniature foal and a toddler, especially when you put them together.  I don’t have a lot of time to write this morning but that’s okay because you really don’t want to read my words when instead you can smile through the photos below.  I will say one more thing, though.  I love black and white photos.  They have a unique way of telling a story and to me is far less distracting than color.  So, the first half of these photos are black and white and the last half is color.  Both have their place and I do like both versions, but black and white will always win my heart.Maine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerI actually got on the other side of the lens for a change!  Thanks Derilyn!Maine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerMaine childrens photographerSo you tell me – black and white or color?  Toddlers and miniature horses equals OMG overload!  By the way, these miniature horses are all for sale, and you know you simply can’t live without one, right!

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