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It's Been a Busy Summer!

Wow, can summer be ending already?  I've been back to work at LSS/MSS for two days and I've hardly had my toes in the sand all summer. It's been busy, but all good. PHOTOGRAPHY has been this summer's theme for me. Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Fuller Gardens, Pemaquid Lighthouse, Ocean Point, Coppal House Farm Sunflower Festival were allon my radar. Still having fun with my Color Sketch effect on my Nikon d750.

This "I'm not a wedding photographer" had a blast photographing Molly & Bryan Ender's wedding on Sawyer Island in Boothbay, Maine on July 30th. They had the BEST weather of the summer, the most photogenic bridal party, a cannon shoot and a spectacular sunset over the water! It was so much fun that I've booked another wedding in October! :-)
Molly & Bryan's Wedding

I sold cards, postcards and calendars at Ocean Point Inn and had my photos, cards and calendars at the Hampton Arts Network Summer Gallery at Hampton Beach. I also went to Boothbay to do a Family Photo Shoot for the Lunts while their daughters were in town with their families.  Mid-day sun and a beautiful,  active five year old were the challenges of that shoot.  Great practice and so much FUN!   Ha ha, I didn't want to work at the Inn this summer because I didn't want to drive back and forth each week, but I've been to Boothbay four times since June 3rd and will go back Columbus Day weekend to pick up my cards and calendars that didn't sell this season. I always feel like I'm home when I'm at Ocean Point!


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