Uprooted Magnolia

10 Days in Georgia= Babies, Brides, and Rock & Roll

Posted in Family, Georgia, Photography, Travel, Wild Life by leahyetter on May 13, 2011

My recent trip back east was very busy and so much fun.

Aidan and Alena

I met the brand new son of one of my favorite couples in my hometown.

Jubee and The Morning After at Grants Lounge in Macon

Attended a fabulous rehearsal party for another favorite couple and enjoyed the tunes of Macon’s newest and hottest bands, Jubee and The Morning After.

Dad and Joey

Spent quality time with my Dad and nephew.

Patches

Patches never missed a family gathering. She was always in the middle of everything.  She would even eat when we ate.

Walden-Weatherford Wedding Extravaganza at the Cox Capital Theatre in Macon

Laughed, cried, and rocked out at the Wedding of the Year. Will and Kate who?

My baby cousin Delta and her fiance Matthew

Photographed a newly engaged couple.

Echo and the Bunnymen lead singer, Ian McCulloch

And ended the adventure in Atlanta photographing a concert with my bestie in the most difficult venue and lighting set up that I have ever been tossed into. More about that on Concert Sutra at a later date.

All in all it was a great trip. The weather was pleasant and the cicadas were loud and creepy. Dad says he can’t believe they’ve got to deal with those insects every 13 years. 😉

I was able to laugh with most but not all of my dear friends. I did not get a chance to visit my friends at Theatre Macon and I send my apologies to them. I WILL spend time there on my next trip back east because I truly miss them.

Today, I’m getting geared up for full day of shooting at the University of Wyoming tomorrow and I’m very much looking forward to it

Happy Friday my friends. Uprooted Magnolia will be back in full Wyoming swing next week. I’ve got brandings to shoot, landscapes to fill my lens, and more Wyo spring air to inhale.

Toodles,
Leah


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  1. Nancy said, on May 13, 2011 at 11:49 am

    You forgot that fabulous lunch at ‘The Hat.’ 😉

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    • leahyetter said, on May 13, 2011 at 11:52 am

      Yes! Yummy lunch at ‘The Hat’ with Nancy, lunch at IVP with Jan, Sushi with Tab and Steph, oh the list goes on and on. 🙂 When I’m asked out here what do I miss most about GA, my answer before they finish the questions is Restaurants!

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