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Rachele & Brian

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on July 13, 2010 by thomaslunt

Some days you wake up and things look pretty bad….I drove 2 hours to Baywood in lower Delaware in a POURING rainstorm. I get there to find Rachele not bothered at all by the weather and happy just because she is marrying Brian. As the photographer I admit I was a bit worried about the monsoon going on outside but I knew we would make it work regardless…..4:00pm arrives and right on cue the skies lit up and the rain stopped! Rachele said “Let’s do some PHOTOS!” The staff at Baywood was incredible and everything went off without a hitch! That place looks like Longwood Gardens! Its gorgeous! I HIGHLY recommend  www.baywoodgreens.com Lauren and Natalia were SOOO helpful!  The weather stayed beautiful for the ceremony and the photos. I am grateful to Rachele and Brian for entrusting me to capture their big day! Thanks guys!! And a big THANK YOU to my good friend and 2nd Shooter Jim Hopkins www.jbhop.com! Great job Jim!

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My Mind’s Eye

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 1, 2008 by thomaslunt

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So… after much prodding from several sources I finally started a blog! I have little idea what I am doing and I hate to read intructions so here it goes……

I have always been interested in the art of photography. My father was in the Air Force most of my young life and I remember traveling throughout Europe in a bright orange Volkswagen bus in 1976 with my family. We didn’t really have the money to stay in hotels so we camped our way through Germany, France, Italy, etc. Through every trip my father, a History major and teacher, never put down his camera. I remember every camera he had from the tiny Rollei, his Zeiss and most recently his Canon AE-1. We have a treasure trove of slides from those days. I was always more interested in the emotion that a photograph evoked. The photos my father took while we visited Dachau concentration camp in Germany still touch me 30 years later. I guess that is why photography is so important to me. I am humbled by the responsibility to capture time. Whether it is a part of history or a bride’s big day. I will never stop loving the art. My desire to capture emotion is far greater than my desire to take a picture.  I hope you enjoy my little corner of the web.