Wedding Photos in the Park

Wedding photos in the park.

What a great day for wedding photos in the park. While I was doing some photography at Tyler Park today; I came across professional wedding photographer Lynda Berry doing a wedding photography shoot.

I stopped and said hello, snapped a few shots from the sidelines. The two happy couples were getting the paparazzi treatment.

Congratulations and all the best!

Here are a few of the shots.

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Mark Keefer July 06, 2012 at 12:00 AM
Hi Lauren, this Is a great setting for the photos. I'm sure Lynda took some beautiful shots in that tall golden grass. I'm sure your mom will love the photos, what a great gift. I wish the four of you all the best! Mark
Lynda Berry July 06, 2012 at 01:47 AM
Great Day and I got some awesome photos of the two beautiful women inside and out. Truly awesome to work with. Some photos will be posted tomorrow for them to view. Thanks Mark for taking these shots. They made it fun!
Erin P. July 06, 2012 at 02:48 AM
Thanks for putting this story/pics up. I'm the other sister! Such a fantastic day and we had so much fun!
Mark Keefer July 06, 2012 at 03:22 AM
Hi Lynda, it really was a great day for shooting photos out doors. Getting to stop by for a few moments and watching a pro working such a beautiful shoot really made my day at Tyler.
Mark Keefer July 06, 2012 at 03:45 AM
Erin and Lauren, thanks for giving me an opportunity to share a few beautiful shots with our readers here on our local Patch and for sharing your story. That's really one of the things a small town newspaper is all about; the stories in our community and yours was an honor to share. It is not every day I stumble across such a lovely scene at the park. You made my day, thanks.


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