A story after work

With traffic, it had been four hours getting here  and Nick still had a two hour drive ahead of him to get back.  He wanted to take Katie out to dinner in the town. It was one of those old, historic sort of places — the type of place made for sitting on a metal park bench talking about life late until the night. The type of place that reminded him of how much he loved spending every moment with her.  Staying for dinner, though, would mean a brutal morning tomorrow once the alarm went off.  Katie smiled as Nick pulled her close.  If the night had been still, maybe they could have heard the power lines above them buzzing. The street hummed, the rhythmic sound of one set of tires fading after another. Right now they had this moment, a moment that would last…

 

 

Lesson for today: running out of sunlight is not always a bad thing, even when there’s no flash. Look for some new wedding posts coming up soon (plus a senior shoot, more engagements, family shoots, and some sneak peaks from super awesome Snappy Shoots — like the picture above!). Lions, and tigers, and bears…oh my! :) (It’s early, I’m not a morning person.)

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