Eric, Linda and daughter Sydney wanted to send a printed picture card greeting that told friends and relatives “this is what we look like and how we are doing today”. We met in nearby McDaniel Farm Park for a photo session. gwinnettparklife.com/parks/mcdaniel-farm-park/
McDaniel Farm, a new location for me, is 128 rural acres hidden in suburban Gwinnett County, GA. It was a cotton farm and now is restored to depict a typical 1930’s subsistence farm.
The park offers diverse terrain, buildings and vistas where we took advantage of the last colors of Fall 2013. Admission is free.
Taking a completely different path, I worked with another group of folks featuring costumes from their production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”.
While we were shooting cast pictures for the Christ Church Players ccn.episcopalatlanta.org/ , three actors asked for poses to created unique digital Christmas greetings.
Sue portrayed Mrs. Fezziwig, the wife of Scrooge’s mentor.
Betsy was a Fund Raiser who visits Scrooge before his weird dream, and Walt was a chatty Merchant in the vision of the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. They brought their dogs, Princess Dawg and Prince Michael, to the session. Their big decision was this:
tongue in or tongue out.