Monthly Archives: December 2010

    He pursued her like an eighth grader, looking for excuses to linger in her booth at the Restaurant Jones, telling his best friend Ethan that she was the most beautiful girl he’d ever seen and that he would one day make her his wife. She made some initial assumptions about him, knowing that […]

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  • Kathy, unbelievable… all I saw this weekend was pouring rain in Southern CA and you somehow captured the sun and the most amazing pictures of this beautiful couple. You said the bride was gorgeous and the wedding was spectacular and you caught it all! You are so talented. Thanks for sticking around an extra day for me! xoxo JillReplyCancel

  • kristianagrace

    These shots are breathtaking!! One day you will shoot my wedding and make me look this beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • carl

    They say it never rains in Southern California. Not true because I was there and I never saw harder rain. You would never know it to look at these truly amazing photos. Thiis was the most beautiful wedding I’ve ever seen and kath your pictures make it seem even better. the day was full of love, full of laughter and tears. You caught it all. Love at first sight happens, the light of love never fails.Thee photos are eternal, just like the love of shawn and kelly.ReplyCancel

  • Mary

    Kathy,

    You are one of a kind. Thank you for capturing every special moment of Shawn and Kelly’s wedding. That day will last forever in all of our hearts. These pictures are absolutely by far the most beautiful wedding pictures I’ve ever seen. I can’t wait to see the rest of them.ReplyCancel

  • Chris Hatosy Jones -

    Kathy, Thank you for posting the lovely pictures. I wasn’t able to attend my nephew’s wedding because of an injury but your pictures made me feel as if I was there. Beautiful wedding and beautiful pictures of a loving couple! WOW!ReplyCancel

Flossie was born in 1910 in the heart of the Big Apple. As a little girl, she would sit on her front stoop with best friend, Fran, eating potato salad and big dill pickles from the deli down the street. The Spanish Influenza came  in 1918 and took her mother and grandmother in one weekend. […]

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