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Big News for LDP ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
September 8, 2008

Big News for LDP

Personal

I’ve been blogging my photo adventures for over a year now and I’ve reached my 100th post!

I’m taking this special occasion to share some very exciting news for Lindsay Docherty Photography… I’m moving to Pennsylvania!

That’s right, my west coast days are coming to an end and I’ll be making the move in December and going back to where I grew up on the “Main Line” right outside of Philadelphia.

There are obviously a few cons to this decision. I hate, hate, HATE cold weather and I’ll be showing up just in time for blizzard season. Bleh! The hardest part will be saying goodbye to all the good friends I’ve made during my stay here and all of the awesome people I’ve had the opportunity to photograph.

Because of this I’m offering a deal to you: half off the session fee and a discount on weddings from September 22nd until December 1st. Mention this post when you contact me at info@lindsaydocherty.com or 415.515.3575. I still have very busy weekends, but we’ll find some time.

This also means I’m now available to the whole Philly area for 2009 weddings and portraits. I can’t wait to explore all new venues and locations and report back on my blog. Wish me luck!


Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station

Oh Philadelphia freedom shine on me, I love you
Shine a light through the eyes of the ones left behind

Philadelphia freedom I love you, yes I do
Elton John, “Philadelphia Freedom”

p.s. I’ll be on the East Coast for the next two weeks and my internet accessibility will be a bit shoddy so it may take longer than normal in getting email replies. I’ll be in Raleigh, NC, Ocean City, MD, and Philly, PA; let me know if you want to get together!

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