One of the best things about being a photographer in Colorado is being friends with other photographers in Colorado. I had the honor of photographing a beautiful mountain wedding last year with my friend Erin of Erin Thames Photography. She's been my go-to second photographer for many things: weddings, events, WINE FEST - and I've photographed as her second photographer for some fun things: weddings and doggie 5k's. She recently finished a project of 100 Days of Animals, and is having an art show on June 18th at The Pickle Barrel here in Fort Collins. You can see the Facebook event here if you are interested in going. (hint: you should go) Cute photographs of animals and beer?? It really doesn't get much better than that. Unless of course it's 100 real LIVE animals and beer, but that could get a bit hairy (<-- see what I did there?).
But seriously, we had such a blast at this wedding together- when you photograph alongside such an amazing person it doesn't feel like work. #weddingphotographerpartyanimals Also when you love what you do it doesn't feel like work. Also when the people getting married (along with their dog, who was in the wedding) are super cool, super funny, way smart, and actually become friends it doesn't feel like work. #werkit (yes I realize hashtags don't do anything in a blogpost, but I still love using them)
The ceremony was at the Georgetown Loop Railroad and Mining Park, a funky little place for a wedding in the Rocky Mountains- and the reception was in the heart of Georgetown, complete with hanging lanterns and a wall of twinkle lights. I can't wait to photograph more mountain weddings this year, especially if it's with Erin!