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Ruins in Bokeh | by Nathan Bergeron Photography
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Ruins in Bokeh

Hi people!

 

As some of you know Laurie and I got married last summer. On August 7th, 2010.

 

So as promised way back when... here's a small series of photos from our photo shoot after the ceremony at St. Raphael's Ruins in Glengarry Ontario, about 15 minutes from where I grew up. More photos in the comments.

 

Please read all about this place in this previous photo of our engagement HERE.

 

I'm not one to post photos of myself, but these are wedding photos, they're special and fitting for around Valentine's Day, I am right? These photos we're taken by my photographer: Bradley Bouzane out of Ottawa. Although I messed around with a few of them in photoshop, sorry Brad, no disrespect, I love your work, just wanted to try something. This is a fake on the popular (Brenzier Method), brought to fruition by IMO one the best wedding photographers in the world Ryan Brenzier. This is using Bokeh 2 plug-in by Alien Skin Software.

 

Now that all that love is in the air, I wanted to take the time to thank my family and friends who made our wedding so incredibly special, and everything we'd wanted it to be. Right down to the pig on the spit and a bonfire. A special thank you to our parents Brian and Valerie Bergeron and Diane and Roger Clément, thank you so much for all your hard work and help with everything.

 

I'll be back soon with my next series....

 

Could it possibly be somewhere warm and tropical, maybe.....

  

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Hello my friend, I hope you enjoy a glimpse inside the day of our wedding at the ruins.

I have only posted this one photo this morning and buried the others far back in my stream. Just didn't want my whole front page pictures of myself although Laurie sure does brighten up the page! Just click the photos in the comments to go to that page and you can see us LARGE if you choose or comment.

 

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Taken on August 7, 2010