Saturday’s are for YOU to do whatever YOU want to to DO...Period
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I was so excited to work with this sweet couple at Union Station this morning! The architecture, pretty neutrals and DC “feel” made waking up before the sun totally worth it! Sam and Amber were such a joy to work with and have some pretty amazing plans for their big day, like planning their ceremony and reception at an art gallery!! - I can’t wait to celebrate with them in August!
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The tricorne or tricorn is a style of hat that was popular during the 18th century, falling out of style by 1800, though actually not called a "tricorne" until the mid-19th century. During the 18th century, hats of this general style were referred to as "cocked hats". At the peak of its popularity, the tricorne varied greatly in style and size, and was worn not only by the aristocracy, but also as common civilian dress, and as part of military and naval uniforms. Typically made from animal fiber, the more expensive being of beaver-hair felt and the less expensive of wool felt, the hat's most distinguishing characteristic was that three sides of the brim were turned up (cocked) and either pinned, laced, or buttoned in place to form a triangle around the crown. The style served two purposes: first, it allowed stylish gentlemen to show off the most current fashions of their wigs, and thus their social status; and secondly, the cocked hat, with its folded brim, was much smaller than other hats and therefore could be more easily tucked under an arm when going inside a building, where social etiquette dictated that a gentleman should remove his hat. Tricornes with laced sides could have the laces loosened and the sides dropped down to provide better protection from the weather, sun, and rain.
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Canon 5D Mark IV with Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens at 125mm
Congratulations to this girl! Im so proud of you.👩🎓🎉🍾
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Yesterday evening I had the joy of meeting with this sweet family at . It was such a beautiful evening - we could not have asked for a more perfect day!
I hope you all enjoy this Memorial Day weekend with your family ❤️
Today I will be celebrating these lovely ladies’ wedding day! I can’t wait to capture the love you two have for each other.
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HAPPY 21 MONTHS FIN!!! This last month has really been bittersweet seeing you start to blossom into a little girl. Gone are the baby days and while it's sad for my mommy heart I do love being able to have conversations with you and have you communicate back! You continue to amaze us with your wild spirit, and every day you do more things to make it clear you are the toddler version of me with a little bit of jeremy thrown in there. You are one of a kind and I know we will have one heck of an adventure being your parents. We love you so much FIn!! Happy 21 months!! <3
2019/127. "Grieving Mothers" "Grieving Mothers" or "Sacrifice and Devotion" was created by American sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt and placed at Washington Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge in 1914. The inscription reads, "Dedicated to the Mothers of the Nation and in memory of Henrietta Heckscher, died in child birth on June 11, 1912." Bela Lyon Pratt was born on December 11, 1867, in Norwich, Connecticut, to a family that prized education. His father, George Pratt, was a Yale-educated lawyer, and his maternal grandfather was the founder of an early music conservatory in Connecticut. His mother was Sarah Whittlesey Pratt. At age sixteen, Pratt began studying at the Yale University School of Fine Arts, where his teachers included John Henry Niemeyer (1839-1932) and John Ferguson Weir (1841-1926). Four years later, he entered the Art Students League in New York.
In 1895-1896, Pratt won the prized commission for six female allegorical spandrel figures carved in granite above the bronze doors at the main entrance of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. He also designed Philosophy, one of eight figures in the library's rotunda, and medallions of the four seasons for the library pavilion.
1/800 sec at f/5.6 ISO 400
Canon 5D Mark III with Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM lens at 70mm
Abby and Jake are getting married today!!! These two are so much fun to be around- I have a feeling it’s going to be quite the party!🎉 Can’t wait to see these two cuties as a bride and groom! Happy wedding day @abbyyspence and @jacobmadams92 🥂❤️
Our Saturday consists of taking everything off our walls and moving furniture around in preparation to have the interior of our home painted on Monday. I literally shed a tear while taking our canvases down because I know that I can’t put them back up since holes in the walls aren’t good for selling. It may seem silly to some to cry over such a thing but I truly feel like the photos that we display in our homes tell a story and help to make houses feel like home. How are YOU spending your Saturday? #vaphotographer#ncphotographer#ncweddingphotographer#vaweddingphotographer
I can’t tell you how much this guy is the real MVP in my life. From packing my lunches to holding my bags and moving things so I can get the perfect shot in an engagement session, he’s always there and the person I can rely on the most. If there’s one thing I’ve been learning about marriage, it’s that there’s so much more to it than happiness. The true joy comes from living to serve one another and look out for each other’s best interest. Thanks for being the support I never knew that I needed, Michael Edwin. You teach me so much each and every day!
Oh you know, just daydreaming Instagram didn’t have to crop this 🌞
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In dreams of a heart stood still♥️
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Hey guys! It’s me, the girl behind the lens. Figured I’d show my face again since it’s been a hot minute.
Hudson and I finished our cross country road trip from CA to MD last week, made it to my brothers wedding (still can’t believe we’re both married now 🤪), moved into our new apartment (maybe I’ll do a tour when we’re finished decorating???), and Lilo is happy as a clam that she doesn’t have to move again for a while! Poor baby has been through so much since we got her but I’m thankful we’re not going anywhere for a while so we can give her some normalcy. However, Lilo has now been to 13 states!!!
I am so excited to be back on the east coast since it’s more of where I’m from! We’re so close to DC, Baltimore, and Annapolis so hit me up if you want a photo session here! Also, life update to come on Tuesday! Some of you may know, most probably not! But some changes are coming up in the near future for Francesca Woomer Photography. For now, hope you guys enjoy your Memorial Day Weekend!!!
📸 Photo by my girl @bebavowels miss ya mucho 😘
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