Ariell & Deb's wedding album from their wedding on leap year day (Feb 29, 2016) is finally done! The largest album to date with over 80 pages, metallic print, just a stunning album. I pride myself with creating albums quickly, but with unforeseeable forces such as having to move and set up a new house in Las Vegas within 34 days, that kind of delayed things a bit.
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Here's what I did for Deb/Ariell.
Deb & Ariell's wedding book/video
Deb & Ariell Ayalon's wedding album/video
Shot a beautiful wedding on Frebruary 29, 2016, Leap year day up in Devil's Thumb Resort, in Tabernash, CO. The resort was beautiful and the weather just as well, which had me worried for that time of year up in the mountains. Deb and Ariell were great to work with and had a blast!
I drove thru Red Mountain Pass for work last week, it was a bit crazy as icy roadsand snow were all thorugh the pass.
The Roads cleared after getting thru the pass, and as I got to Ouray the mountains were glorious.
I went through Gunnison area for work on December 4th. Had one exam in La Junta and the other in Grand Junction, so had a nice drive up Monarch pass and down the other side. Gunnison had no snow whatsoever, but the skies were spectacular and I had to stop to take a photo.
This was a 3 photo montage stitched together.
Where have I been?? I've not posted a blog post since February?? thats unreal! Time sure flies when you are working your tail off. I started a full time job in April with the Attorney General's office. Working and travelling all over the state, but haven't really been able to take some photos. I will be driving a lot in December, all over the state, so will try to get some awesome winter landscapes.
Here's a photo I took of Mt. Sneffels right after the peak of foliage.