children and guests attending a wedding at the wolf's neck farm near Portland, Maine

"As an object, a photograph has its own life in the world.  It can be saved in a shoebox or in an album or in a museum.  It can be reproduced as information or as an advertisement.  It can be bought and sold.  It may be regarded as a utilitarian object or as a work of art.  The context in which a photograph is seen affects the meanings a viewer draws from it. "  Stephen Shore from his book "The Nature of Photographs"  ~ More from Julia and Andrew's <here>