Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Christine and Mike's engagement shoot

This e shoot was the first of three shoots this past weekend.  Carla and I started off duck pin bowling at some underground bowling alley, in Hartford, which was a lot of fun.  Christine and Mike were throwin some heat down the lane.  In the end, I think Christine did win though, heck she had her own ball and shoes.

After bowling we flew over to Elizabeth Park to get some shots in before the storm.  It was my first time shooting there which was pretty cool.  The next few pics were taken at Elizabeth Park.

After we left Elizabeth Park we went to Christine and Mike's house for more pics and eats : ).  Mike and Christine are AWESOME cooks and they put together a huge spread, WOW!

One of their 2 cool cats.  This guy followed us everywhere around the house.
Carla found this cool wall, oh ya its the back of Christine and Mike's house, it worked perfectly! The light was great and I can't wait to see what Carla got from this location.

This is the other cat.  I don't think he moved from this spot the entire time.

Christine and Mike were wicked cool, thanks for the great time!!! 
Check out Carla's blog for more pictures.


carla ten eyck said...

that concrete wall stuff you got is mint, love the feet and the super close up, it came out SO nice

Rnormfoto said...

that super-duper golden shot is rockin'

nikki nicole photography said...

that first ring shot is awesome!!!!!


STEVE DePINO said...

love that really cropped portrait. Very nicely composed

Wolfgang said...

I like the pic wwith the bowling ball. Its fun to see how your shot looks compared to the one carla made. My favorite is the one on the park bench.

Val McCormick Photography said...

Park bench shot and the first ring shot is so awesome. I have got to say I LOVE THAT cat shot of the orange cat. That has got to the best shot of a kitty I have ever seen.

Robert J. Trenske said...

I love the yellow shot at Elizabeth Park, these pictures are really great! Nice job Mike.

Jean Molodetz said...

that has to be my favorite ring shot ever!