Wedding

by | Sep 26, 2011 | home & hearth, Pictures | 0 comments

Ellie feeds Chuck a chunk of wedding cake

Over the weekend of September 17, my brother-in-law, Chuck tied the knot with Ellie on Block Island (RI). Of course, feeding the new spouse wedding cake continues to be quite the event! Quick, but fun weekend seeing a place, visiting with family and of course, celebrating with the new bride and groom.

I’m finding my little point and shoot Nikon to be a bit frustrating — a bit slow to respond, never sure where my focus is most clear. I am spoiled with my Canon 50D, but it is a bit large to carry on a plane, especially for a short weekend trip. Oh well.

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