B E A utiful

more images from yesterdays engagement session with Sarah and Kevin. These images were taken at the Nashoba Valley Winery in Bolton, MA such a beautiful place to take photos. Here are just a few from the day.

Their rendition of the famous American Gothic painting. Trying not to smile.

Kevin telling jokes and making Sarah laugh.

We found this Praying Mantis while picking apples, well actually it found us.

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Sarah & Kevin

here is a sneak peek image of todays engagement session with Sarah and Kevin. What an amazing couple. You can tell from the way they look and smile at each other that they are truly in love. They are always laughing and giggling when they around each other. I had so much fun hanging out with them and photographing their love for each other. Keep checking back this week for more images from this amazing session.

Anonymous - October 11, 2008 - 10:11 am

Who is that man in the green shirt? He is so dreamy!!!! Oh and that girl ain’t bad either.

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Congratulations Meghan & Matt

Bagpipes, kilts, swords, ice sculptures, they had it all. I had such a wonderful time photographing Meghan and Matt’s Wedding. They are such an incredible couple. Everyone looked amazing in their kilts and dresses. Here are some moments captured from their wedding. Congratulations Meghan & Matt.

Lynn Quinlivan Photography - October 4, 2008 - 11:38 pm

You took great images that captured beautiful moments. Love them!

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Eagle Eye

If you’ve been following my blog you know that I love movies. My favorite type of movies are comedy and action, because I’m a guy. But I will throw in a chick flick if I’m hanging out with a girl. But I refuse to sit through anything where a majority of the characters are girls, like the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants or Mamma Mia, not a big fan of musicals, just not my style.

I get excited anytime a movie is released with Shia LaBeouf in it and Steven Spielberg as the Producer, or better yet the Director. Anytime I watch a t.v. show or movie I watch each actor act, and usually right away I can tell if they will go far in their career. When I saw Shia LaBeouf acting on Even Stevens I knew he would be something big. This is the same thing I saw when I watched Jason Lee act in Mallrats, who is now the big star of the hit show My Name is Earl. Shia is an amazing actor, he is being compared to Tom Hanks, who is another one of my favorites. LaBeouf has unbelievable charisma, that every movie he is in you feel drawn to him and want him to succeed. He draws you in with his acting style that you quickly forget you are watching a movie. Opening this weekend is Eagle Eye Directed by D.J. Caruso who also directed Disturbia. Read the synopsis and check out the trailer below.

Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf) returns home after the mysterious death of his successful twin brother. He and a single mother, Rachel Holloman (Michelle Monaghan), find out that they have been framed as terrorists, and they are threatened into becoming members of a cell tasked to assassinate a politician.

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