Yes, if you have seen Amy & Colin‘s slideshow then you have seen the photos below. I just had to post this separately though because it was just so hilarious. The second that “YMCA” started playing over the speakers these guys didn’t miss a beat…fraternity brothers, all in a line, dropping trou while singing and dancing. Classic.
And as you can see from the last photo, the crowd went wild!
Now, you may be asking “Why??”. My answer to that is Who Cares?! A bunch of cutie patootie boys standing in front of me in their boxers. I don’t need to know why. 😉
I have only had a moment to post just the littlest post about Amy & Colin’s wedding and I was going to post just a few more today but then I realized that their day had such a lovely flow I wouldn’t be doing it justice. So, slideshow! It was so much fun putting this together.
You can view Amy & Colin’s slideshow HERE.
Well well well….*sigh*….as you can see from the photos below we had a magnificent wedding this past weekend. Hopefully you remember Amy & Colin from our Engagement Session with them last year. Well this past weekend we had the pleasure of photographing their outdoor wedding at Green Gables Restaurant near Jennerstown, PA (for those of you wondering how we lasted in the heat…we did…barely…but it was worth it!)
The grounds at Green Gables are simply beautiful. Just amazing scenery right out of a Disney movie. A stream with a tiny waterfall, huge weeping willow trees, flowers, swans and even a beaver that works very hard every night to build a dam at the waterfall (you thought you beat me this time beaver but I won! –insert picture of me on my hands and knees cleaning out the muck-of-a-dam from this beaver here–Elizabeth: 1. Beaver: 0)
So that evening while everyone was getting their party on, John & I decided to take a quick walk on the grounds to see if there were any cool places to take some additional photos of Amy & Colin. And we came upon this lovely tree all lit up in the middle of darkness. Cut to us having Amy & Colin dance under this tree while I snap off the first photo from about 50 feet away and then lay on my side on the ground to get the second photo. For you photographers out there, the 2nd photo was at 4000 ISO at a 13th of a second…no tripod. I can’t help but feel just a teeny tiny bit impressed with myself on that one (sorry John…we all know how much you preach about the tripod).