As I pulled the drapes to let in the beautiful early afternoon light I noticed that the suite was situated directly accross from Logan's Square. The beautiful lines, color and curves of the fountain could be seen as the traffic fervishly whizzed by the hotel. I smiled and thought what a gorgeous day. Chris was ever so calm as she prepared herself for the day. The hair, make-up and dress suited her so well, polished, sophisticated and she was simply put…beautiful. As we chatted candidly while shooting she mentioned the disappointment she felt since both her and Michael loved the fountains and how just the day before, they were shut off. The view from the room as you looked out should have showcased the fountains in all of there working glory. I reflect now thinking about this. Thinking about how from the outside looking in we may view something as beautiful or perfect but even in an incomplete state is the beauty any less? All I know is that for the better part of the next 6 hours I viewed a tender and fun and loving relationship and I know that it could not have been more beautiful before nor after the moments of I do. Whether we see this or we are "in" it, you know all twisted up in love, sometimes the perfection lies somewhere amongst finding the beauty in the imperfection. So tonight as we finished our stroll through the city we passsed the lovely turned off fountains at Logan Square and we got in them. Surrounded by the cool city air and a blanket of impending dusk we captured some of my favorite images of the day. Thanks so much Chris and Michael for loving each other and letting me stand in the dusk with silly grins as you laughed and shared these moments with each other!