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      The Bryan Museum Engagement Session, Galveston, Texas with Shelley and Joe. This was an amazing session last week. Thanks so much to the kind folks at The Bryan Museum, especially Peter (special events & museum store) who was so gracious in giving us free reign. Loved working with this couple and I’m looking forward to Shelley and Joe’s wedding day this November.

      The history behind the building is amazing. Formerly a orphanage for over a hundred years, you can even see the old scribbles etched into the outside brick work.

      This museum, founded by Mary Jon and J.P. Bryan, is the result of their lifetime commitment to historic preservation and education. The museum houses the largest collection of its kind in the world. 70,000 items, spanning 12,000 years, including treasures ranging from ancient Native American cultural artifacts to 21st century pieces and it’s only just opened recently.

      What image is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.

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