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January Desktop Images ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
January 1, 2012

January Desktop Images

Personal

2012 is going to be big. Really big. Freaking huge!

I moved to Philadelphia just 3 years ago and I’ll admit that showing up in December 2008 wasn’t the easiest pill to swallow when re-starting a business in a brand new area (remember that recession that hit in late ’08?). In 2009 I learned about the wedding culture in this area (trust me, there are definite differences between Philly and San Francisco) and started to figure out what was what around here. Things took off after that and now I’m busier than I’ve ever been. I’ve had some of the most incredible couples on the planet. I’ve seen weddings that have blown me away, made me cry (in the best possible way), made my heart melt, made me laugh til my stomach hurt, and simply made me say “awwww…”. And I’m pretty sure all of those things will happen again and again in 2012. I’m so thankful to everyone who has helped me since I showed up here – the venues and vendors who trust me and recommend me to their couples, the old friends and family who remind everyone that they know this awesome photographer named Lindsay, the new friends who tell me that they recognize my name and logo and love my work, and my awe-inspiring couples who show me so much love it makes me blush.

Thank you all for welcoming me back to my old home. This is home.

I look forward to 2012 with bright eyes and a bushy tail. I’m mostly booked up for the year and can tell that it’s going to be out of this world!

With this New Year I’m giving you soap! Scrub away any doubts, insecurities, and issues from 2011 and start fresh!

Every month I feature new images for download for you to use as your desktop background. Click to download it and see it at its huge size and resolution.


Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

Try, Try to forget what’s in the past
Tomorrow is here

Love, Orange sky above lighting your way
There’s nothing to fear
 

Birds singing a song
Old paint is peeling
This is that fresh
That fresh feeling
~ Eels, “Fresh Feeling”

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