Tree branches made a great texture for this shot of Svetlana and Dmitri (whose wedding is tomorrow!) but I was a bit nervous about police seeing me poke my lens through the trees at a couple making out at the park.
Luckily, no arrests were made.
Once upon a time the line followed the river
and peeked into all the backyards
and the laundry was waving
the graffiti was teasing us
from brick walls and bridges
we were rolling over ridges
I dream of touring like Duke Ellington
in my own railroad car
–Ani Difranco, self-evident
Elizabeth knew two things going into wedding planning: 1) This was the man she wanted to be married to and 2) She wanted her last dance to be Modern Love.
Spoilers: She got both. And along the way she had a gorgeous, intimate wedding at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. With great friends, gorgeous weather, catering by Abagail Kirsch, and starting the day at the Ritz-Carlton, it’s hard to go wrong.
Elizabeth is originally from the South, and there was an air of Southern gentility in people such as her grandfather, who walked her down the aisle and gave a moving speech at the reception.