That’s the place marker for a writeup that I insert at the top of every blogpost. I make some image selections, organize them in some kind of way and after everything looks ok, I go back to the top.
I stare at it for a few seconds and then look at the clock. I look back at the empty line that I’m trying to fill and just can’t bring myself to fill it with…filler. I’m tired of trying to find slick ways to slip the term Halifax wedding photographers into my content so google rank me higher.
So, shits about to change around here. Every event and every couple is great. That’s pretty much a given, right? I want to tell you the stories behind the images. The things we try and fail very badly at, the nearly misses and the once in a lifetime lucky grabs. For as much as I miss shooting weddings when the winter rolls around, I equally miss writing when the summer season rolls in.
For now, here’s a shoot we did earlier this summer in a Cold War Bunker in Debert. There’s a really interesting story behind the bunker so I encourage you to check it out. Thanks to Jeff Babineau and Jonathan Baha’i for full access to this sweet little hole in the ground.