Tuesday, May 08, 2007


A rather quick trip to Roanoke, Virginia for a wedding leaving no time for sightseeing. On our return trip, tires screeched as I quickly made a u-turn to follow signs marked Historic Bridge. The turns lead us to this beautiful covered bridge with cows living behind it. Not at all what I expected.

The wedding was my niece's. She was four years old on my wedding day and my flower girl. I took my parents along for the ride.

Weddings can bring about much reflection on not just the young couple, starting a new life but our own life histories and what makes us who we are. A marriage, does it define who we are? What if that marriage fails? Does that, then define us? I would hope that each is just a small part of who we are, shaping us but not defining the person we become.

Back to Mt. Laundry.


Shirley said...

I love both shots...the colors of the bridge shot and the romantic feel of the bridal shot. Did you do their wedding pictures?

Photobonnie said...

Thanks shirley.

Nope, not their photography, just took a few photos while he was setting up. Did my best to stay out of his way and he was always in the way!! Missed the entire cake/feeding each other part.