Jeff and Eunju surprised me when they hopped a really tall fence, ventured into a farmer’s field, all to play together for some great pictures.
Eunju was all smiles as she led Jeff farther and farther away from the safety of their family’s private estate and farther into the rancher’s fields.
I always gauge a bride’s level of adventure by the shoes she picks for her wedding – Eunju’s shoes have yet to be topped in the adventurous category.
The finishing touches on a wedding dress scream “take a picture of me” and I always indulge the voices.
Father-daughter moments are always precious, and it warmed my heart to see such a smile on Eunju’s father’s face as he gave her away.
If given the chance, I’ll make my own miniature adventures during the ceremony to find a different angle – this worked out perfect to find the angle for Eunju’s smile.
Sometimes the adventure is in getting to the right spot, and sometimes it’s in just letting a couple interact without any input.
Can we agree a field is one of God’s greatest backdrops? For me the adventure is in discovering a new/un-expected location with a couple for the first time.
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With a focus on destination weddings in Napa and Sonoma's wine country as well as the Lake Tahoe and Squaw Valley/Truckee region - Tim finds himself traveling throughout the United States and abroad for weddings.
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