Monthly Archives: October 2010

Nick and Becca Sneak Peaks – 10.9.10.

On Saturday, October 10th, I had the privilege of being the photographer for Nick and Becca!  A few months ago Becca approached me after church and asked if I would be the photographer for her wedding.  I said I would have to pray about it and, after about a week of thinking and praying, I said yes!  I was nervous of course, but so many people were praying for me on Saturday and I had a great time!  Nick and Becca were so much fun…and that definitely made my job much easier!
This is only a preview of some of the photos I took at their wedding.  Hopefully more photos will be coming along later. :)
I absolutely loved Nick and Becca’s rings!  Aren’t they beautiful??  So, I had to post two pictures of their rings, because I couldn’t pick just one! :)
This is the wedding party!  Don’t they look like so much fun???!!!  The idea for this picture didn’t come from me…one of their family members suggested it! :)
And I’ll end with one picture of this wonderful couple:
I hope that, once I finish editing and give the pictures to Nick and Becca, that I’ll be able to post some more pictures of their wonderful day! :)

Kimber :)


Yes, I know…I take lots of pictures of flowers.  :)  They’re so beautiful, though, and I need to use my micro lens for something!!!
So, here are some more flower photos! :)
This is a morning glory.  That spot behind it was from a droplet of water that the sun was reflecting off of.  It was pretty neat! :)
Here’s another morning glory.  I took these pictures in the afternoon, so the “morning” glory’s were not open.  They uncurl only in the morning! :)
These flowers are so much fun!
After they’ve bloomed they turn into these seed pods.  The seed pods look like little green footballs.  When you lightly press them they pop open and around 10-20 seeds fall out.  It is so neat!
These are some flowers on our butterfly bushes. 
If you want to see how close the micro lens can get, go to one of my previous posts, here.  This is the same butterfly bush but captured with another lens.  That picture was as close as that particular lens would get me and still be in focus.  It’s amazing (the difference between micro lenses and non-micro lenses! :)
This was my favorite butterfly-bush flower photo!  I just loved how the sun illuminated the flowers!
Until next time,
Kimber :) :)