Thursday, February 13, 2014

Let's forget that upcoming storm


We are being hit by our 3rd severe winter storm in less than 1.5 weeks! So forgive me if my mind wanders back to last winter...The weather was (unbelievably) warm enough for this bride to be outdoors on a January afternoon, swanning about the Princeton Battlefield in fancy dress - seems a world ago!

25 comments:

William Kendall said...

A strangely wonderful setting for wedding photography!

cieldequimper said...

Well she was lucky though a white dress against the snow could have been marvellous too!

Linda said...

Romantic picture! We're in the middle of a big snow storm and I'm so ready for spring.

Peter said...

A halcyon day. Good luck with the big storm. We are about to be hit with a welcome rain event (only 20mm) that the farmers are crying out for.

orvokki said...

We had the three previous winters just terrible, so much snow ... and hard frost. This winter has been a little snow and not so cold, and it seems short.
I understand that you want to return to better times. A wonderful place to take the bridal picture.
Hugs

llandudnopictures said...

What a magical scene, like a fairytale!

Synnöve Schneider said...

A marvelous shot. We have now a very mild Wintertime this year, but last year was it bitter cold this time.
Best regards, Synnöve

Gunn said...

Keep warm in indoors when the storm arrives.
It is probably colder than it looks standing there.

Revrunner said...

We're already knee deep.

Andy said...

Beautiful scene. It perked me up from the winter blahs. Thank you.

apricot said...

Beautiful scene!
My thoughts go to the distant past...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Can you imagine the wedding photos taken in this setting.. oh la! They would be fabulous.. I notice she is wearing a leather jacket though :) keep warm and cosy Lulu.. such nasty weather you're having.

Sharon said...

What a difference a year can make. Such a strange winter in so many places.

Mersad said...

That's a very unique place, and i bet you can take some really good portraits there.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

EG CameraGirl said...

Yep. "Those were the days, my friend, we thought they'd never end..." ;)

a.s.m. said...

Una foto guay.

Un saludo, Ángel

RedPat said...

Gorgeous! We have nice sunny weather and no snow coming our way for a change.

Norma Beishir said...

What a great place for a wedding!

When I feel like moaning over our bad weather, I'll remind myself of all those of you on the east coast have to deal with.

Jack said...

Such a nice scene, Lulu. Well done.

(I shouldn't comment on the weather . . . my mother taught me not to brag!)

Lady Lilith said...

Wow. That is a lot of storms.

Randy said...

Very nice photo. Stay warm.

Catherine said...

What a lovely capture,... looks like the middle of Spring! So amazing how different the winters can be from one year to another...

LOLfromPasa said...

What a beautiful sight.

Lisa Gordon said...

it is indeed a very different story this year.
We are buried!!!! :-)
It's really pretty though!
Have a great weekend, and Happy Valentine's Day, Jude.

Jim said...

Quite a monument