This past weekend, I had the honor and privilege of celebrating with Josh and Jenna. They were of course, giddy with nervousness and love and very excited to finally be getting married. As a photographer, I tend to get "in the zone" at weddings, making sure I get shots, anticipate what's next and try to document the day as creatively and as artistically as I can. But without fail, there are points during a wedding where my "photographic mind" takes a back seat to my "real mind", and I am temporarily lost in the reality of love and of life. It could be any number of things that trigger it; The intensely personal vows they've written, the way the groom's lip quivers as he watches his bride walk down the aisle, or the heartfelt words of their friends and family as they retell stories and wish them the best during the reception. Literally, this happens at every wedding. And I'm glad it does, because if I ever stop "feeling" the things I photograph, I should probably stop photographing them altogether. Josh and Jenna have a very bright future together. And they have lots and lots of wedding photos headed their way. Here's a few of my favorites. Enjoy.