Carrie and Abe’s Wedding

Carrie and Abe were married on September 26, 2009 at Brosh Chapel in Solon.  While it started out a little on the rainy side, the day turned out awesome.  The best part is when Carrie was being walked down the aisle by her father, the light rain totally stoped about the same moment she walked out the doors!  I call that a good Omen!  grin   We went out to Lake MacBride after the ceremony, just as the sun was starting to set.  The clouds from the days rains helped make for just a beautiful sunset and we were able to get some wonderful sunset shots of Carrie and Abe!


I want to say a very special thank you to Carrie and Abe for letting us participate in their special day and allowing us the time to photograph them at Lake MacBride during the sunset.  May you have a lifetime of happiness together!


I also want to say a special thank you to Jaime Moquin for her terrific 2nd camera work, girl you have got talent and a great eye!  🙂 


Hope you enjoy the slide show and the images!  Don’t be afraid to leave a comment and tell us what you think! 





Image by 2nd camera – Jaime Moquin




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About Carl Bromberg

I've been in business since 1994 and full time since the start of 2005. Photography is my passion, my reason for getting up in the morning, it keeps me going through the hard times, it enhances my life through the good times.
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