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WPJA, Wedding Photojournalist Association, announced the winners of the 3rd Quarter competition for 2011. See all of the winners here.

I managed to place 3 images in three different categories Ceremony, Reflection and Humor. I’m honored to compete with many of the best wedding photojournalists from around the world.

Cheers and Happy New Year, Kent

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Mary Conboy and Scott Fillery were married September 19, 2011 at The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado.

We started their wedding off by Scott and me driving up into Rocky Mountain National Park to Horseshoe Park ahead of Mary as they chose to see each other all dressed up before their wedding and have a photo session in the park.

Scott is from Australia and Mary is from Connecticut. Broomfield, Colorado is now their home and they wanted to have a mountain destination wedding to show their families and friends what a beautiful state they live in.

Their ceremony was Stanlheld in front of the historic ey Hotel followed by a reception in the Music Room.

Jay Kacik of Standing Room Only DJ provided sound for the ceremony that was held in front of the Stanley Hotel. As well as sound and music in the Music Room for their reception.

Congratulations to Mary and Scott!

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Megan and Rob’s engagement photo session was really more about their life with their babies Boj and Rigsby. Boj and Rigsby are Newfoundland dogs with as much character as size. And they are huge boys. When they were walking the dogs in Rocky Mountain National Park they looked like black bears on leashes. Megan says […]

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Alyssa Walker and Charlie Foster were married at Wild Basin Lodge in Allens Park, Colorado September 17, 2011.

You never know what to expect the weather to be at a Colorado destination mountain wedding! One rule about Colorado weather is that if you don’t like it, wait 15 minutes. Alyssa and Charlie’s wedding was close to being rained out and moved inside. They gave up on having their ceremony in the meadow about a half mile walk from the lodge and instead optioned for the Wedding Deck next to the lodge.

It was a good call as the rain picked up during their ceremony but it couldn’t wipe the smile off Alyssa’s face and I’m pretty sure it was tears running down Charlie’s face as they exchanged vows.

About a half hour after their ceremony, the rain stopped and we were able to wander around the grounds for a fun portrait session including down to the meadow where we had the pasting storm clouds blowing past Mount Meeker and Longs Peak in the back ground.

Congratulations to Alyssa and Charlie!

Cheers, Kent

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