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Last weekend it was HOT. After a July with an average temp of 68 degrees, suddenly dealing with temps in the 90s was a bit of a shock to the system! I still had a great time photographing the Glencoe Grand Prix – the excitement and drama of the races totally [well, almost] took my mind off the heat.

I worked with a great group of writers and photographers Sunday, and the end result of that work is going to be a coffee table book of the weekend’s events to benefit the Glencoe Educational Foundation. I will let you know when the book is available for purchase (:

Oh, and does anyone know these cuties? I didn’t get their contact info, but if I recall correctly they called themselves the “Grove Street Crew” or “Grove Street Posse.” I have some really adorable pictures of them that I’d like to send their way, if only I new how!



This gallery is way past complete, but I did promise more images on the blog. Plus, I wanted an excuse to post my absolute favorite image from the entire day. I just adore the archway and the way they are looking at each other.

And I always enjoy the photo of the bride and groom walking back down the aisle together… it’s always one of my favorites.

Some other favorites… first, the beautiful Pleasant Home:

And some randoms from the day (trying to avoid posting the traditional wedding photos this time-except for the dancing. I love the dancing.):


First of all, congratulations to Elizabeth and Liam – their post has 25 comments so they will get a special gift from city|view photography! Look for it in the mail soon.

Second, we all know how much I love the OpLove sessions, so I am very glad that Cassie and I were able to work in a session while her husband was on leave in Chicago for a couple weeks. He’s back over seas now, and I know he is missed, so I hope this little preview brings a smile to some faces (:

Cassie, your gallery should be up earlier than I expected – tomorrow or Friday!!!

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