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Gorgeous natural light, and tons of it, beaming through huge stained glass windows…

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I am posting Keri + Alex’s Historic Decatur wedding into several parts. I normally don’t love the areas provided by churches for couples to get ready in (particularly the “Bride’s Room”), but I happen to ADOOORE the space at Decatur First United Methodist Chapel: gorgeous natural light, and tons of it, beaming through huge stained glass windows–not just in the sanctuary, but in the bridal room as well. Mmmmm.

Take a look and see:

The following three are Brock’s point of view:

Boys will be boys (photo credit: Brock :D):

Keri is just stunning, in every way.

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The next 5 shots are Brock’s:

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I adore this of Alex; I love the mood, light–everything. And it’s Brockers’ shot–I do say, he may know what he is doing 🙂

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And these are two of my favorite images of, I think, the entire day (although it is ridiculously hard to choose). Amazingly enough, while Brock took the shot of Alex, I was taking the shot of Keri, and neither of us knew that the other was getting this particular framing, lighting, etc. Crazy, huh?

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Comments: 2
  1. Carole
    Oct 22-2011, 8:52 PM

    Beautiful! You did a great job. And Brock is learning his part well! That’s my boy! 🙂

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