Tag Archives: dilapidated and abandoned buildings

{Tom and Laura} Small Town Love

WOW!!! We could not be any more sorry that we’ve taken a while to post these blogs! Despite the fact that we have been busy, we have so many fabulous goodies to show you! (And we ask for forgiveness in the posting department. We promise they’ll come a lot more frequently!) On to the main…

no comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

{Sam} Rocks the Dress!

Sam had an AWESOME dress. It’s a two piecer, one where it was big, billowing, and entirely royal-esque. Take off the big skirt, and you had a lacy knee-high sassy little number. Sam was also a boot wearing bride, and it came out awesome! The beautiful dress came from Dar-Lynn’s Bridal and Formal Wear in…

no comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

{Amanda and Daniel} A Rustic Engagement

We love rustic sessions. We really do! LunahZon Photography is based on a magical and whimsical philosophy and while that doesn’t necessarily scream “rustic barnyard/farmland” it is our nature to make it so. This E*sesh was particularly fun because of all the eye candy the land we were shooting in provided us. It’s also quite…

no comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

~Haylie~ A Carolina Bride

When I think of the song “Carolina Girls” Haylie is the first person that comes to mind. (Which is funny, I might add, that they played that song at her reception.) Haylie, born and raised in South Carolina is pretty, sweet, charming, funny, girlie, and owns a truck. She loves the country/rustic scene, but has…

2 comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

{Ethan} Goes Back to the Future

For Charlotte, NC – the norm for Bar or Bat Mitzvah’s, apparently, was to have the boy or girl do a picture where they were more often than not, super-imposed into an image fitting their party’s theme. (If one’s theme was “A Day at the Carnival”, then maybe they’d be super-imposed onto a roller coaster,…

no comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

FEATURED POSTS