Natasha and Aaron made it official at the DC courthouse with their nearest and dearest - including a bunch flown halfway across the world with a little guy on his (first?) super-long plane ride. It was a freak cold day when it should have been beautiful, but we soldiered through and skipped our way down to the National Gallery of Art to keep everybody from freezing. But first, they had some marrying to do. Natasha and Aaron bought their families different colored Converse to wear while walking around between portrait locations. Adorable! I've been having fun with these giant portraits at the National Gallery. They're so weird to shoot with. We braved the cold to trek out to the Navy Memorial on GW (the one with the flying birds) for some more family pictures and to get a bit of the Lincoln in some photos. 'Course, I was feeling the tunnel under the GW. Congratulations Natasha and Aaron!