I told my best friend he was going to be a dad on a Tennessee Mountain at Sunrise ❤️ I knew I wouldn't be able to keep it together, so with tears running down my cheeks I handed him an Appleseed (the size of a 5 week old babe) and a letter that said "on June 30th (our 6th dating anniversary) you'll hear the heartbeat of our little Appleseed!"
Last year in New Hampshire, my husband, Hunter, and I witnessed these two becoming one, here we are this day taking a deep breath while reminsing that sunny day they got married in Concord. Just before Michael + Emma's Anniversary Session the rain stopped and the sun peaked out. Watching the sun set they celebrated one year of marriage among the colors of their favorite park while the golden light surrounded them like a hug near their home in Wisconsin.
For the past 3 years, every time my husband, Hunter, goes somewhere different without me I hand him my point and shoot underwater film camera that he calls "his" and he shoots a roll of what he sees, how he sees it. His humble personality, positive outlook on life and love for being outdoors clash in these wide shots that make the viewer feel small but remind them that the earth is far reaching and opportunities are endless. When I get his film back, I always seem to become memorized with his perspective of his adventures through his eye, each read to me as a quite breath in time. His photo of the city in a valley, the last photo in this blog post, is my favorite.
Hunter and I are excited to announce that he will be running the Chicago Marathon this October for Autism Speaks. We have a lot of exciting fundraisers we will be doing coming up so stay tuned and check out his print shop of his images where ALL PROCEEDS will go directly to Autism Speaks.
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