Saturday, September 24, 2011

Moving Stillness

Evelyn: One of the things I love about St. Augustine is the old architecture, and how nature just weaves itself into places. Most of the older buildings are Coquina - a compressed shell-like base for brick and wall. Settled by the Spanish originally, there are hints of Spanish influence everywhere - and I can only imagine what kind of Garden lay behind this wall - pushing itself out through the breaks and crevices in the still alley-ways of these old streets.

Monica: Another wedding this weekend and another opportunity to photograph the celebration without pressure. I love this profile shot of the bride as she's walking around at the reception—there's movement and stillness at the same time.

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