Northern Maine Wedding Photographer

Mr.& Mrs. Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Martin

July 22, 2017

Todd and Susan

Private Residence

Greenville, Maine

--------Blog by Tara Clark of Double H Photo--------



Maid of Honor: Emily Vining
Best Man: Damien Lally
Bridesmaids: Jenna Chase, Iris Guimond, Keisha Mundy
Groomsmen: Chris Martin, John Muzzy, Alex Rosenberb
Flower Girls: Nola Mason, Mya Muzzy
Ring Bearers: Owen Overgaard

Ushers: Matt Johnson, Liam Mason
Bridal Party Hair done by: Bre Graffam
Bridal Party Makeup applied by: Bre Graffam
Cake by: The Bankery
Dinner Catered by: Eric & Ashley Nelson
Floral Arrangements & Fairy Houses created by: Pat Huckins
Musical Performance by: The Jim Ciampi Band



    Susan and Todd had a unique rehearsal dinner experience. A festive taco bar was set up in the family barn for their friends and family courtesy of Simi De Salgado. Todd’s dad, Chris, presented a beautiful video as a special gift for the couple. It was a mix of photos of Todd and Susan, some from their adventures together, some of their engagement photos and all the special moments in between. Todd and Susan were so surprised and appreciative of  the gift -it moved Susan to tears. It was in this setting that they chose to hand out gifts to their bridal party. The gifts were thoughtful and everyone loved them! The girls were given glass jewelry boxes with gold lettering that held bracelets tucked around plush moss- the couple’s favorite green! Todd presented his best guys with plaid ties & pocket squares to be worn on the wedding day, as well as a bottle of their favorite Irish Whiskey and daggers! After the festive meal was finished and the gifts were given, the party moved to The Katahdin- Greenville's very own steamboat. At 6 o’clock Todd, Susan, their friends, and family, coolers in hand, boarded the boat for a rock n' roll cruise. They spent the night together listening to live music, sharing drinks, dancing and celebrating the upcoming wedding! What a fun celebration of love these two had, saying good-bye to singlehood in style!

The morning of July 22 began with clear skies - a beautiful day to get married! Todd and Susan got ready together in Susan’s grandmother’s home as they prepared for the big day. They wanted to enjoy their whole wedding day together from start to finish. When we arrived at Susan’s grandmother’s house, Susan was getting her make-up applied. She had the biggest smile on her face, “guys, I’m not a fancy person but this is fun” she exclaimed explaining her excitement! Her make up was perfect for her- light and simple to accentuate her natural beauty. Todd was glowing with excitement and always close by his soon to be bride.

The elements that Todd and Susan added to their wedding attire were the perfect touch. Susan wore pearls that, while simple, were elegant. They were a gift from her parents given on her sixteenth birthday. Todd (and his groomsmen) had on ties and pocket squares revealing his family’s Scottish tartan. It seemed, throughout the day, that even the smallest facets told a story about Todd and Susan. Susan shared with us a stack of notebooks explaining that each one was full of love notes that she and Todd had written to each other every morning. We even found pages where Susan practiced writing Mrs. Susan Martin! The latest one was written the previous night –sharing her excitement at becoming Todd’s wife.

           Todd and his groomsmen finished getting ready before Susan and her bridesmaids. This meant more time for photos and fun! They all made their way to the backyard where the sun was shining and the wind blowing. Todd’s groomsman, Alex, helped everyone tie their ties. They laughed, joked and sipped on small glasses of Jameson as they shared memories and inside jokes.  With the attire in proper positioning, it was time for photos. Each of the groomsmen took a photo with Todd. It was hilarious what they came up with –funny faces, silly poses and even an interesting yoga pose shared between Alex & Todd!

Once the gents were set with photos they took the time to relax, while we caught up with Susan who was getting ready to put her dress on. Her parents- Laurie & Luke- came in dressed to the nines sporting large smiles and pride. Laurie put her husband’s boutonniere on and he returned the favor by slipping her corsage on her wrist. They made prom jokes before Luke scooted out so Susan could get into her dress. Laurie, Nola, Mya and Susan carefully placed the dress and accesories. As she turned to reveal herself as a beautiful blushing bride, her brother John entered the living room smiling as he looked at his sister, “well you look good,” he said. With her wide smile Susan jokingly replied, “thanks -just getting married.” We laughed so much alongside this family all day! It truly was a gift for us to be there.
It was now time for family photos with the bride- and of course the “Core 4!"
 The Muzzy’s refer to themselves as the Core 4--Mom, Dad, John and Susan, but with Todd they're now the "Fab 5!"

The flowergirls stood in awe of Susan as she & her bridesmaids stood in the woods for photos before the ceremony. Mya and Nola, two of the most adorable and playful flower girls ever, carried her dress through the woods to avoid grass stains, sticks and dirt. They were adorable and so excited to show off their job skills as flower girls. Susan’s Matron of Honor and her bridesmaids all wore different shades of blue. The colors all looked so beautiful next to Susan and among the trees. It suited the overall nature wedding theme so well.

The ceremony took place “up back” on the Muzzy’s lot overlooking Greenville. There was a birch arbor atop the hill created by Todd and his friends. Todd, Susan and their wedding party lined up behind large trees just enough to not be seen but so that they were able to sneak glances at the guests and view!  Luke, Susan’s dad, welcomed everyone to the wedding with an opening speech. He gave voice to the symbolism of being wed on this land which has been passed down through the generations.  He expressed that Susan and her cousins had shared many memories “up back” and they were excited to add another wedding to the list of memories. Without further ado he welcomed the bride and groom and their wedding party. Todd’s Aunt Beth, along with a live band played “Love You Tender” as groomsmen escorted the bridesmaids down the aisle. Owen, the ring bearer followed next, carrying the birch tree that held the rings on pillows of moss. Nola and Mya, carrying tins filled with lavender, tossed it in the air as they trekked down the aisle. It gave off the most amazing earthy smell and fragrance for all to enjoy. Finally, Aunt Beth switched to “Simple Gifts” and Susan and her father walked down the aisle. Luke was obviously in tune with how happy and excited his daughter was as she was marrying her soulmate. Susan’s smile was big and bright as she practically ran up the aisle to Todd-she just couldn’t wait to say “I do.” The wedding coordinator and Susan’s cousin, Jenna Overgaard, gave a few words explaining that the rings would be passed around for each guest to provide a blessing or a well wish to the couple. Jenna described to the guests the many adventures that Todd and Susan had together. They had explored many National Parks, Costa Rica, Iceland, and they were spending their Honeymoon in California! She said doing these things together is what is important. Todd and Susan have more than love shared between them -  they're each other’s best friend & travel companions. Together they’ve truly learned the importance of also being yourself. The entire time they were at the altar, the couple could not stop smiling and making heart eyes at each other. And we couldn’t help but swoon over the moments happening either! We cannot say enough great things about the love we experienced between Todd & Susan on that day.

Susan and Todd’s vows to one another illuminated a beautiful picture of their relationship and their life together. Susan expressed that being with Todd brought her “the greatest peace and the happiest soul.” She mentioned that Todd had helped her appreciate spontaneity. She ended her vows with a smile, “I love you now and forever.” Todd was mesmerized by Susan.’s words. He began his vows saying he was madly in love with her, “you make me a better person.” He said he loved every moment they spent together. He spoke highly of Susan, explaining many of his favorite qualities, one being that she’s “a beautiful woman with a heart of gold.” Susan was beaming upon hearing his honest and kind words. They followed their vows with the exchanging of rings, which had made their way back to the alter. Todd and Susan chose to have a unity tree ceremony. Together they watered the tree which signified the roots of their relationship. Todd reminded everyone it was an indoor tree, with the intention that the tree could weather any storm because of its strong roots. And then all things aligned and the earth become an even better place the moment Jenna happily pronounced Todd and Susan as Mr. and Mrs. Martin! The two kissed adoringly before skipping up the aisle beaming at one another.

The couple then had their formal photos taken. We adored that this was time they placed out for just the two of them. It meant for more intimate moments alone and to have that time to soak up their vows stated and the new rings placed. They were all smiles and laughter! They couldn’t take their eyes off one another as they posed for photo after photo, each one more adorable than the last. The more time we spent with them the more it became clear they were one another’s shining light.

It was time to party! The reception began with Susan trading in her wedding viel for a flower crown perfectly made by Pat. There was beer on tap avaliable for guests with four different types of beers: Long Trail Green Blaze IPA, Peaks Organic Summer, Funky Bow So Folkin’ Happy, and Allagash White. The guests loved this addition to the wedding! Inside the tent, there were fun -handmade fairy houses at every table and string lights hung everywhere. The beautiful decorations combined with the amazing view of Moosehead Lake made for an incredible earthy feel- we couldn’t seem to get enough!

Susan and Todd started the night off with their first dance- some of Hannah’s favorite photos taken. Todd twirled Susan around, and they laughed and sang to one another. They were so caught up in their moment together, enjoying themselves, their eyes never left each other as they moved across the dance floor. Their song ended, and as another one started they invited all their guests to join them. Mya and Nola were happy to join Susan on the dance floor. They beamed up at her the whole time as they twisted, clapped and bobbed to the music.

With everyone seated it was time for toasts from the Maid of Honor and Best Man. Susan’s best friend and Maid of Honor, Emily, took the floor first. She spoke of the first day she met Susan, they were suite mates at Saint Joseph’s College. She joked that Susan taught her that “spontaneity should be scheduled for an hour every friday.” She also said that Susan taught her about “boldly staying true to who you are.” Over ten years, the friends spent time together and enjoyed one another’s presence in their lives. She shared that Todd brought out the best in Susan, and as a couple they “embody the cliche- be the change you wish to see.” Emily was clearly quite happy to see her best friend over the moon in love!

Todd’s best friend and Best Man -Damien took the microphone next. These two had been friends forever and shared a remarkable history. Damien started off by saying, “Todd, congrats to finding the woman of your dreams. Susan. I’m sorry.” This had guests laughing. He spoke of their childhood and adolescent memories together. He brought up how Todd still refers to chocolate chip pancakes as ‘cho cho po pos.’ His stated his friendship with Todd is the “most reliable place I can revisit my youth.” Damien said that Susan and Todd bring out the best in one another, that they laugh constantly. He toasted an Irish blessing, “May you achieve all your dreams but one, so you always have something to strive for.” He signed off by wishing the newlyweds an endless adventure. We all agreed it was one of our most favorite best man speeches we’ve ever heard- and we attend a lot of weddings! ;)

Shortly after more wedding activities, Todd had a surprise for Susan. He put a chair in front of her at their sweetheart table, he pulled out his guitar, and dedicated the song to his beautiful wife. He then proceeded to sing, “You’ve Got Friend.” Susan was shocked, but so in awe of her husband and best friend. It was such a sweet moment enriched by a thoughtful surprise. Susan loved it- we all loved it. Way to go Chris & Pam- you should be so very proud at the man & now husband Todd has become.
 This moment was just another reason we will forever cherish the Martin wedding... for all this heart warming love and thoughtfulness.

In a shout-out to John and Ali on their recent engagement the band invited all the couples onto the dance floor. Todd and Susan were lighting up the dance floor! They were having a ball as they enjoyed dancing with each other as well as their guests.

It was time for another surprise! This time from Luke, the proud father of the bride. With all the guests and the bride and groom outside, the surprise kicked off in the distance... beautiful bright colors burst into the night sky -fireworks! Todd and Susan were amazed as they stood together watching the fireworks go off. They were wrapped up in each other and wonder of their surprise. Guests alike were enjoying the show.

Once the fireworks finale lit up the sky, everyone headed back into the tent for dancing -the live band was incredible and kept the dance floor full. At one point, John got up and sang with the band and soon after so did Keisha. Musical talents on both sides of the family! What a fun experience! Susan & Todd had so many people singing for her! What a fabulous night. The band played on, the guests danced up a storm, and the new Mr. & Mrs. could not stop smiling.

Dear Susan + Todd,

Emily Bronte wrote, “He’s more myself than I am, whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”
You two made us realize what every love song is about. This is one wedding we’ll be talking about for years to come! 
You both have shown us what soulmates look like. For you, we may have photographed and documented the big day, but for us-  you gave us a gift we can never repay...reminding us of our WHY...why we do and love what we do. Forever grateful.

The Double H Photo Team
Hannah, Robyn and Tara

Mr. & Mrs. Emery

Mr. & Mrs. Emery

July 1, 2017

Dustin & Karina

Hardy Farm

254 West Fryeburg Road

Fryeburg, Maine

Maid of Honor: Whitney Batchelder
Best Man: Christian Roderiques
Junior Bridesmaid: Emma Marble

Junior Groomsmen: Mikey Arsenault, Kaiden Brown, Brice Brown, Cullen Matthews,
Kaleb White & Timmy Arsenault

Bridal Hair done by: Alisha Moss
Bridal Makeup done by: Aliza Gerrish

Cake and Cupcakes by: White Mountain Cupcakery- North Conway, NH
Floral Arrangements done by: 4 Seasons Floral and Gifts- Newport, ME


We arrived at Hardy Farm in Fryeburg, Maine surrounded by the White Mountains excited to see Karina & Dustin. The humidity & dark clouds were settling in as we approached the farmhouse to greet Karina. Her mom lead the way to where she was in the process of getting ready. She was laughing with her Maid of Honor, Whitney and Junior Bridesmaid, Emma.  All the girls wore beautiful & colorful floral robes. They were speaking fast and excitedly about the ceremony and what the day would bring! Whitney left her best friend’s side to go find Dustin’s gift- and what a tear jerker this was! Karina was beyond excited to open it and quickly tore the wrapping paper off. Her eyes glistened as she snapped the jewelry box open. Dustin had gifted her a beautiful pear shaped necklace in rose gold--perfect for a bride. She was eager to wear it with her gown... “It’s beautiful,” she breathed.
Whitney then handed Karina another bag--this time it was her gift to the bride. Karina pulled a small wooden crate out of the bag and immediately began to tear up. The crate was stuffed with letters. She opened Whitney’s letter first and it brought her to tears with so much love and emotion. Her mom’s letter was next, also making her cry. The ladies were emotional with all their love for one another and support for Karina on her special day. As Emma and Whitney got their head wreaths trimmed, Karina opened a letter from Dustin. As she read the letter the entire room felt the warmth and comfort the bride was feeling as she read the words from her best friend and soon to be husband. It was clear how in love and ready she was to marry Dustin. Everyone started to get into their dresses as the clocked ticked closer to two o’clock. With the help of her mother, Whitney and Emma -Karina slid into her gorgeous white lace gown. Her makeup was incredible and her veil long and regal. She was ready to become Mrs. Emery. We were all in awe by the way Karina wore her gown and stood with such beautiful grace in front of the mirror as she wiped away happy tears.

We took some time to photograph the rings, dresses, jewelry & flowers inside the barn. As we hung the gown and perfectly placed the flowers we couldn’t help but chat about how the barn was decorated! There was a popcorn and candy bar- how neat! We were mesmerized by the beautiful chandeliers and greenery to tie in the theme of Karina & Dustin’s big day! We were IN LOVE with this entire venue and hope we can get back to Hardy Farm soon!

Meanwhile Dustin was getting ready for his big day alongside his mom & dad down the road in a nearby log cabin. Karina gifted a gold chain necklace to her groom as a gift to say I love you on the big day. The necklace was to replace the old one he once had. Dustin was also given letters from his family & bride. We thought it was such a creative and thoughtful idea that so many letters were exchanged that day. Dustin's mom was there to help Dustin button up and place the final touches on his look, while his dad was there to give love and support. It was very clear this was a tight-knit family and we adored being a part of these moments. 

Due to the heavy rain, the ceremony was moved from outside to the barn- where guests were impressed by the decor and beautiful chandeliers that hung above where Dustin & Karina said their I do’s. Once all the guests were seated and the parents were escorted in, Dustin, Christian and the groomsmen lined up. Whitney and Emma made their way down the aisle. The song changed to the instrumental version of “A Thousand Years” and Karina and her father entered the barn and began their walk towards Dustin. When Dustin laid eyes on his bride he was moved to tears. In the many years we have been in the wedding business never have we seen a groom react the way Dustin did when he saw Karina. He had been waiting for this moment for a very long time and clearly Karina took his breath away. Once they were reunited with each other Karina wiped away Dustin’s tears and reassuringly squeezed his hands. They recited their vows to one another. Dustin promised to take care of Karina, encourage and inspire her and to always love the crazy girl he fell in love with. Karina said, “Dustin, you are my world in more ways than you’ll ever know. You are my everything.” Following their vows, they exchanged rings with  “promising all of my love, you shall never walk alone.” As they slid their rings onto one another’s fingers, they were brought to tears with the meaning; They were each other’s forever. They sealed their marriage with a beautiful tear streaked kiss. They walked up the aisle and out the barn doors as Mr. and Mrs. Emery!

The couple decided on a special moment to be had during the ceremony and that was the joining of sand to bind one another together forever- a special keepsake. Dustin and Karina both had jars of sand that they each poured into one jar to create something similar to their marriage as the grains of sand can never be separated.

The couple and their wedding party stood outside the barn as they greeted each of their guests. Everyone was full of smiles as they hugged and congratulated the newlyweds! A few sunrays filtered through the clouds just in time for photos. Once all the guests had been greeted and were sent off to the cocktail hour it was time for family photographs!

Once everyone had been photographed, the bride and groom along with their wedding party headed out to one of the nearby fields for photos. We were immediately in love with the location! The road was muddy and the grass tall, but everyone trampled through. Their shoes sinking into mud and dresses held in hands as they made their way out into the field. Dustin and Karina were so in love with one another it made for natural, beautiful photos. They had great chemistry with their wedding party which meant that the entire time they were laughing and cracking jokes. We had a blast with them & we couldn’t get over how gorgeous the dark clouds made for a perfect backdrop! The wind picked up, the sky darkened and everyone rushed to their cars just as it started to downpour.

Dustin, Karina and their group made a pitstop in the barn before being announced into their reception. They dried off, bustled the dress and Karina exchanged her veil for a head wreath. We LOVED the head wreaths- beautiful choice in colors! Armed with suit jackets and umbrellas, the group ran from the barn to the tent where they were announced into their wedding reception as the new Mr. and Mrs. Emery! The tent was beautifully decorated. It was straight out of a woodland faerie book. Each table had rich green centerpieces, burgundy napkins and gold accents. One of our most favorite decorated receptions yet! The head table had lush greenery adorning it. It looked magnificent with the bridal party’s head wreaths. It really brought everything together. Christian stood to give his best man speech, over thunder and pouring rain he thanked everyone for being there and appreciated the honor bestowed on being asked to be best man. He spoke of what a beautiful moment Karina and Dustin shared during the ceremony. Before Whitney gave her speech, there was a weather warning alerting everyone with a cellphone that there was a tornado warning for the area. Everyone headed down to the barn for the bridal shoe game to stay warm and safe (just in case!). Karina and Dustin sat in chairs back to back and slipped off their shoes. They laughed at their responses and enjoyed seeing what the other was saying. Once the rained slowed enough everyone headed back to the tent where dinner would be served. It was then time for the Maid of Honor to give her speech. She told a story of a time when they drove to the cape and they were talking about Karina’s future wedding. “Dustin is the definition of the man she always dreamed about.” She wished them to take time to enjoy each other and laugh together. However, she expressed that her greatest wish was that their love will deepen, and that they will look back on today as the day they loved each other least. She closed off her speech with, “Raise your glasses and get ready to shake your asses.” This brought the entire tent to cheers and laughter!

    One of our most favorite pieces to the entire day was the few minutes we got to spend with Karina & Dustin alone in the middle of the woods under the arbor where the original ceremony location was. We could not believe the green & the way the light from the storm created warmth and perfect darkness for intimate images. It was as if this place was made for them. Some of our favorite photographs came from this 5 minute break with them. Thank you for sharing that time with us Karina & Dustin.

Next, they made their way to the dance floor for their first dance. As Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” played the newlyweds clung to one another. They were in their own world, wrapped in each other’s arms as they swayed to the music. It was clear these two had a close connection- and as we looked around the room there was not a dry eye. They were so lost in each other as they danced smiling and laughing. Karina rested her head against Dustin’s for a moment as the song came to a close. We see a lot of first dances- this one was memorable. Everyone looked on as though they too had waited years for this exact moment.
Karina then shared a dance with her father to Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl.” It was clear how elated he was to be sharing such a magical moment with his daughter. They kept laughing with each other and looking at one another as the song played. Dustin and his mom  entered the dance floor next to Rascal Flatt’s “My Wish.” The duo swayed back and forth as they shared conversation. His mom’s eyes were filled with pride. It was clear how happy she was for her son on his wedding day. She lovingly kept touching his cheek or fixing his shirt collar.

A dance to remember loved ones

After the special dances were finished, the party started. Karina, Dustin and their wedding party took the dance floor by storm! It made us want to put down our gear and join in! What a fun group- and the best dancing music! Everyone was having so much fun. Drinks were consumed, cake was eaten and the popcorn bar was a hit!



Karina + Dustin,

Thank you for letting us join you on your wedding day. You two are magnificently in love and it shows in your moments together. Audrey Hepburn said, “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” We have no doubt you’ll do just that. Congratulations!

With Love,
Double H Photo
Hannah, Robyn and Tara













Mr. & Mrs. Jared Merry

August 22, 2015
Victoria & Jared
Big Moose Inn
Millinocket, ME



Maid of Honor>> Riannon Nute
Best Man>> JR Darling
Bride's hair done by>> Melissa Osborne
Bridal party hair done by>> Melissa Osborne
Make Up done by>> Aaron Hayden
Floral Arrangments done by>>Carmen Nelson
Pies>> Dysart's Pie


I had the pleasure of first meeting Victoria & Jared during an engagement session we scheduled in the beautiful Cape Elizabeth at Fort Williams. Instantly, I felt a connection with them and grew eager for their wedding day to come! Victoria's smile and the way Jared instantly brought it out in her was perfection to capture! The sincerity and realness of their love was immediately obvious to me. I had such a blast that afternoon and just knew the wedding would be one for the books!


Jared & Victoria's big day took place at a gorgeous, perfectly kept sercret spot in the wooden areas of Millinocket, Maine. It was everything you want in a Maine summer wedding to be. I was so in love with this venue- the enclosed trees allowed for the right amount of soft sunlight for a wedding day.The weather was in our favor with the perfect amount of sun and breeze to make for a comfortable day.I had never been to the Inn before so I was immediately impressed with the area. I was never left without inspiration for places to photograph Victoria & Jared throughout the day.


The ceremony took place outside by the water, just a short walk through the woods from the main house where the bridal party got ready. Jared & Victoria stood underneath an unbelievably stunning arbor made by Victoria's uncle, Lindy, & decorated by her sister Riannon. I loved how magical the ceremony location felt tucked away in the wooden parts of the Inn!  My mother, Roxanne, led the personalized ceremony speaking words of commitment and promising love. Four of Victoria & Jared's closest friends read special notes for the bride & groom- this personalized touch to the ceremony was adored by all! 

When it was time for Victoria to get into her gown I was having a hard time remembering to photograph each moment as I was completely blown away by her gown! The images speak for themselves, but I cannot even begin to tell you how breath-taking Victoria's dress was in person. Dare I say, it is by far one of my most favorite gowns I've ever had the pleasure in photographing. It's as if this gown was made for her! To make the gown that much more exceptional Victoria's grandmother, Lyndsay, sewed in something special and blue at the bottom as a secret while she was altering the gown!
 There are no words to describe how insanely beautiful Victoria looked! From the dress to the hair to the perfectly done make up she was a stunning bride! 



After the ceremony was over, I took the bride and groom for some truly extraordinary, sun-drenched portraits. As we all know, these two photograph very well together! :)



 Next, it was time for a cheerfully vibrant reception, under a beautifully decorated white tent nestled in the woods, for yet again more of that perfectly placed soft lighting spilling in between the trees. Jared & Victoria danced their first dance as Mr. & Mrs. Jared Merry as all their family and friends surrounded them. 
So much dancing went into this reception! I loved watching Victoria & Jared's family come together to celebrate such a memorable day together! 
The couple decided on serving slices of homemade pies in place of cake as a special touch to honor the family. The family often meets at Dysart's to enjoy a piece of pie and conversation. Everyone at the reception loved this idea! Who doesn't love pie!? YUM!


The reception continued with loads of dancing, singing, and pie! The couple's family & friend's enjoyed the music perfectly picked by the DJ! Robyn and I had a blast capturing all the laughter on the dance floor & the little ones who at some points out danced the adults! The Merry wedding was my last wedding of the summer and it sure made for the perfect one to wrap up the summer with!

Jared & Victoria, your love is inspirational and contagious. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for being a part of your perfect day- it was truly extraordinary.
With love always, 
Hannah Holmbom
Double H Photo