I’ve been to more concerts than I could ever tally up and so many of them hold a special place in my memory for one reason or another. my first ever concert was Clint Black and Reba McEntire with my folks when I was in 1st or 2nd grade living in Montana. I can barely remember this one but still hold on to the memory of my brother crying cause he thought Reba was going to sing so long that Clint wasn’t going to come out- good stuff! there are so many different experiences you can get from a concert-there’s the shows you sweat like crazy while dancing your bum off and then there’s shows you sit and listen while peacefully taking it all in with goosebumps from head to toe. last weeks Mumford & Sons was a little bit of both! Dustin and I tried to get there in time to ride the Ferris wheel but unfortunately ATL traffic prevented that from happening but we did get to play in the Centennial Olympic Park’s fountains, grab some beers and fish tacos and squeeze into a spot on the lawn grabbing a seat on our picnic blanket for the openers-Bear’s Den & The Vaccines.
my concert look: Target top, Free People skirt, Anthropologie boots, UO bra, Oakley shades, vintage bag
since I had my 50mm lens it was difficult to get concert shots from where we stood but I did like this one [above] though it didn’t capture the neat lights they had strung over the crowd that looked like backyard/cafe style. such a nice evening for a concert downtown overlooking the city, holding hands with my babe.