Our wedding photographer has been hard at work, reviewing and pulling the cream-of-the-crop photos out for our viewing. It will still be a few weeks before she has the complete set together, but she gave us the proofs for review a day or two ago. Because I’ll need a few photos for the Convergence exhibit, I asked her to send me a few in advance of the full batch. Here they are:
I’m still debating which photo(s) to send to Convergence. I figure I might be able to get one, two at most into the display (if any go in at all, which I don’t know yet). There should really be one of me by myself (showing off the dress) and one of me and Mike (the happy couple). So, one of the first two, and one of the last two. But I really can’t decide. The first photo is the most dramatic (walking down the aisle), the second photo is a better shot of the dress. And I can’t pick between the second two at all.
Given that this would be an exhibit display for a major weaving conference (i.e. Convergence), which photo or photos would you pick? I really haven’t a clue, so thoughts would be most appreciated.
Mike and I have been having fun in Vancouver, despite a twisted ankle that is keeping us from more strenuous activities. But we’ve been to museums, the Vancouver aquarium, the Van Dusen Botanical Gardens, a salmon hatchery, and quite a few other places – plus had dinner and some wonderful conversation with some local weavers yesterday night. We fly home tomorrow – and, true to form, our last stop is going to be a well-known chocolate shop. 🙂