red dress in the city.

Travel & Personal
February 4, 2017

from time to time i enjoy being in front of the camera.

this time i had a red dress + found myself in downtown.

these were taken with my shooting partner in crime.

we shoot together

teri b // destination wedding photographer in california + europe

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