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Fall Engagement With Kelly & Scott

Last week I met up with Kelly and Scott in Lexington Park, MD.  These two love the outdoors and  woodworking- among other arts & crafts.  They are currently planning their fall 2016 wedding and I will not be surprised if they start crafting up a significant portion of the details for the BIG DAY. We spent the afternoon sanding wood in the backyard for one of their many projects and then we took a stroll around Saint Mary’s Historic Village, a favorite place for Kelly to go running.  We had a beautiful sunset on a unseasonably warm fall day! Here are some of the highlights…

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Ice Cream on the Beach! // Business Profile

Hey there! It’s been a few weeks since my last post, sorry for the delay!  July has been a busy month.

A few weeks back I took a long weekend and visited my dear friend Lindsay.  Lindsay and her VERY soon to be husband Alper live in Rehoboth Beach, DE.  These two entrepreneurs recently acquired Archie’s Ice Cream, a long time favorite among beach goers in Rehoboth.  Lindsay runs the establishment, she got a crash course in homemade ice cream making over the winter to prepare for this new venture.  Naturally I had to photograph her at work while I was in town.  I visited with my camera on a sunny Monday morning, the big seller that day was the homemade lemonade and orangeade.  Here is what I came away with…

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What’s your favorite flavor? Mine was the strawberry- it was the best I’ve ever had!

-Erika

#TBT// Sandy Ruins, NY

It’s Thursday and you know what that means.  This week I am taking a break form sharing a wedding and looking back on some photos I shot while in NYC last October for the annual Photo Plus Expo.  My friend John and his Fiancé Jess live in Brooklyn so I stayed with them for my visit.  When I arrived, John who is also a photographer (we went to college together) took me to see the Hurricane Sandy ruins down in Breezy Point.  I knew the damage was bad but I was shocked when seeing these ruins in person.  This public beach and boardwalk is completely abandoned.  I hope it gets restored and re-built soon.  These are the photos I walked away with…

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-Erika