Post # 1
As I’m sure every person on the website now knows… Fiance and I got engaged a few weeks ago on vacation in Mexico. 🙂 I took a zillion pictures and as soon as I got back I knew what I wanted to do: get one of the photos blown up really big and printed onto canvas for my living room. The only real piece of art I have in my house is a large oil painting my father did for me for Christmas one year… other than that I just have 8×10 framed/matted photos I’ve done. I just had to decide which photo to use! I finally decided yesterday and ordered it… it will be 36×40– BIG! I will be picking it up over Thanksgiving when I am home.
This photo is the sunset on the beach where he proposed… you can see the tip of the cove we were standing in off to the right side. I can’t wait to get this home and hanging in my house– and to tell every person who comments about it that it was taken on the beach where my lovely man proposed!
Post # 4
I was hoping you’d do that! It’s a gorgeous photo. Congrats! What a wonderful thing to see every day – and you get bragging rights when people love on it when they visit your house since you’re the photog:)
Post # 5
Gorgeous shot!!! And a great memory bonus 🙂
Post # 6
Eh.. I’m probably being anal but I think it looks kind of washed out posted here. Maybe bc I had to shrink it? I dunno. Original here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/clerksgrl/4060113538/
Post # 7
It is gorgeous. shrunk or not.
Post # 9
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That is breathtaking! I got chills. : )
Post # 10
yay so glad you guys like it! It is one of my favorite pictures I’ve taken… and the fact that it has such a cool story makes it like 10x better to me 🙂
Post # 12
As krissycake said: ooohhh and aaahhhh pretty much sum it up! Great pic!
Post # 13
That is beautiful! And how neat to have such a wonderful story behind it. Awesome choice!
Post # 14
Wow! Great shot! And great story to go with it:-)
Post # 15
The colors are so pretty!
Post # 16
Beautiful! I love when sunset shots come out, because they so often don’t even come CLOSE to capturing what you saw.