|I was thrilled to capture this expression on Rob's face as he fed Meg her piece of cake -- it's such a typical mix of his holding happy amusement and adoring her completely.|
So, yeah, tired. And happy. And thought you might like to look at some photos while I'm thinking and feeling and resting up.
|Meg and her niece, Nola -- and Maaaa snuck in there as well -- that coral colour kept showing up and it's as flattering on everyone as they say -- but I think Nola wears it best!|
|Daughter #2 and her partner: they look awfully fresh and pretty for a couple who ran their first half-marathon just that morning!|
|Megan and her Granny and a French 75, my new favourite champagne cocktail.|
|Daughter #2 and her Grandpa . . . I love this photo!|
|Grandma and Grandpa -- 62 years married!|
|The four grandparents -- Nan, on the left, flew in from England mid-week and left the morning after the visit. Rob hadn't seen her for years and doesn't know when he will again, so . . . rather emotional.|
|The girlfriends -- two of them of almost twenty years of friendship, one perhaps ten -- they were so supportive, and they're so very lovely.|
|Oh, she loved to pose -- I have many, many great shots!|
|The couple wanted an intimate wedding, immediate family and a few close friends only -- this meant we all fit at one long table -- you could feel the two families bonding with each bite . . .|
I've got many more photos, so I will be prevailing on your wedding patience over the next few days as I display a few more . . . For now, I'm off to catch a ferry . . .