I would like to say that I creatively planned the shot below, and that the watch on Paul’s hand represents how fast precious moments slip away. However, it was just a happy accident.The staff at Bella Via was wonderful. They let me settup a backdrop in an unused room. I love to get girls spinning in their dresses.I asked “Dad” and his brother to do the same. One went for it, the other didn’t. I love this shot!Laura and her daughters have such a great time together. Sure does make photographing them fun!There was no chair in the air during this Hora. So my goal was to get a shot where everyone in the imdediate family is visible. It sounds easy, but when you have a circle of people, you’re always going to have the back of someones head. I must have shot 50 frames before I finally got lucky.Nothing like a Grandma’s hug!So I got one too. Check out Uncle Gary in the background. LOL! When it was all over, I was packing up my van, as was Ali and her family. The lighting was perfect and so I got out my ladder and had the family walk towards me. Paul called it the “Abby Road” shot. I think I’ll use that term in the future.It was a wonderful Bat Mitzvah and I’m honored to have been a part of it. Mazel Tov! Ali.