I love the weather. I look at my weather app everyday to see the forecast; to see what’s going on for the next few days. Since I keep bees now, I am always looking for what’s blooming – a eucalyptus here, some star thistle there, or maybe an acacia bursting with pollen. I also love outdoor weddings in beautiful settings. Annemarie and Eric chose to tie the knot atop Mt Tamalpais. As outdoor weddings go, it doesn’t get much better than this. That is of course, if it doesn’t rain. Well, luck was on our side, as the rain preceded all vows and brought a carpet of fresh fecund grass and dappled wildflowers to the hills. No one could ask for a nicer spring day. Here are a few of my favorites.
Every wedding has something unique about it. There’s an identity, a fingerprint if you will, and that’s how people will remember your big day. As a photographer who specializes in weddings, I’ve seen my fair share. But there are always specific moments I remember that define the day. Smiles, laughter, and love emanate from these two, along with their friends and family, but that description is more of a general feeling. Divulging a more thorough list of emotional content, I remember the tenderness in which Josephine’s dad gave her away. I remember Jason’s brother’s speech. I remember tears, laughter, and happiness. I remember the rib-eye. And for that last one, you’ll have to go a little deeper. Enjoy!