Monday, August 16, 2010

Jenn and Zane

Good things come to those who wait. I think that's how the saying goes. I'm not great with remembering sayings. Neither is Ellen. We came out of the ice rink once and she was telling me something about someone's true personality coming through and used an expression I never heard before. "The zebra really showed his stripes, on it's big, white under belly?" I looked at her with confusion as she made her statement in fragments with a questioning tone. We both looked at each other and burst out laughing.
Anyway, I shot Zane and Jenn's wedding yesterday at Wagner Vineyard in Lodi. It was a real gully washer when we got there, but by the end of the day, we had a spectacular sunset. The rain let up in time to do there outdoor ceremony in front of the pond with the killer swan in it. If I had to name the bird it would definitely be a mob name, like Tiny or Vinny the Hisser. You could lose an eye if you get to close to that thing.
I like shooting at Wagner. It's a beautiful setting with a lot of unique areas from vineyards and scenics of the lake, to aging field ornaments like an old grape truck and old fire truck.
Jenn is an alumni of Clemson University, which was a sub theme of the wedding. She had a Clemson garter and lot's of purple. Both Zane and Jenn are scientists, so instead of doing a unity candle or a sand ceremony, they mixed a bunch of chemicals in a glass heart shaped beeker that changed color when mixed. It was a very cool idea for two very cool people. Congrats Zane and Jenn.

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