Mark & Rach


Mark & Rach’s wedding in Long Jetty.  It was a great day – despite some pretty average weather.  I was second shooter on this one – here’s some of what I got… Just happy to be shooting at all to be honest, I’m loving it!  Weddings rock. 🙂


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