I loved this picture, but was going to pass it over because of the hair in the face of the forward player. It was a good picture, but not a prize winner for me. A closer look shows that you can see the violinist’s face. That combined with the expressions of the little girl and the other musicians makes this photograph a winner.
This might have been the smallest wedding I’ve ever photographed. We rode horseback for about 45 minutes to a nice spot with a view overlooking the valley for their heartfelt Native American ceremony which was accompanied with several songs on the flute.
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