June 3, 2009
I liked so many of these individual images that I had to share them, I am loving all the different photographic techniques here. Jessica always delivers such wonderful work! I particularly love the swimming pool and the shot of the Bridesmaids.
Thanks for the sharing Jessica, gorgeous as always!
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