When my dad was in town a few weeks ago we showed him around the city, at one point stumbling upon this swing set. I figured that since I am roughly the size of a normal 12 year old, I’d give it a go. Guys, I can not recommend jumping on a swing highly enough! It was like being transported right back to childhood.
Just to clear things up.... I eat the cheese. I drink the wine. I do the things. And it doesn't make me less of a yogi, less of a "wellness" person. I'm happy and whole while holding a glass of rosé because I'm happy and whole and accepting of myself. I encourage you guys to live FULLY. And if that means you find yourself in an orchard in Napa on a Thursday afternoon, please just drink the damn wine and eat the carbs and be merry. 🍷 😜
Every time I see this photo it gives me all of the feels. Seriously, I’m a sucker for just straight up black and white. Patterns, textures, love. Everything is better in black and white. #BlackandWhiteisWorthTheFight
Congratulations @momo.roro8 & @broland_ on your marriage! We can honestly say, your reception was the party of the year! Always fun and always classy 😉 We hope you continue to have that same attitude throughout your entire lives as a couple. Keep being incredible ❤️ #kentuckybride#kentuckyweddings#beinspiredpr
Am I the only photographer who mourns after a wedding? Lol it sounds ridiculous I know, but throughout the process from the first email, to consultation, to the engagement session, and finally to the wedding I become greatly bonded with my clients. So as I pack up my bags at the end of the wedding night I’m sad that the “journey” has ended. Thanks to social media I’m able to keep in touch, and since I also photograph maternity sessions, newborns and families I’m able to connect with some clients again.
And then of course the kindness of referrals happen and I get to see past brides and grooms at weddings. And that is exactly what will happen with this sweet bride here. I get to reconnect with her at my first wedding back post maternity leave as she is attending as a guest. It’s always so nice to see familiar faces on a wedding day 💓
I have so many things I wish I could say to 24-year-old me in this photo. I wish I could prepare her for how much harder things were about to get. I wish I could tell her that this would be the last time she’d be on this beach, with these people, for a long time. Maybe forever. That she’d soon trade in a beautiful country for a bustling city. I wish I could tell her that love wouldn’t last. She wouldn’t have believed me, rebellious little thing. I know if I had told her everything, she’d have done the opposite just to spite me. Instead, I’ll just #throwback to simpler, sunnier, southern hemisphere days where the only thing this hopeful honey had to worry about was wearing enough sunscreen. ☀️🌊