I absolutely love the simplicity in this image of the bride and groom. This photograph was taken right after the ceremony after shooting the formals. The Filter Building in Dallas Texas has some really cool spots to take photographs. One of these spots is behind the building which looks right over White Rock Lake. If you notice closely I am actually shooting upward towards the sky of the bride and groom because they are up on a hill. I remember the day being beautiful outside with lots of natural sunlight coming in from the west at sunset, so I just had to capture this image. I really love simplicity in photographs, I strongly believe it speaks volumes and really lets you focus on your subject matter.
The historical Filter Building is a perfect example of the urban industrial style of the 1920's. It was designed and built by the city engineering department to provide an additional water supply for the City of Dallas because of increased population. In 1929 the City of Dallas stopped using White Rock Lake as a water supply, except for a few years in the 1950's. The Filter Building features exposed red brick walls, original iron trusses, and a multitude of windows over looking White Rock Lake.
Location: 2810 White Rock Rd. Dallas, Texas 75214.