This wedding was such a joy to capture. Emily and Sam have a special love and respect for each other. You get the feeling they are two old souls that have journeyed years together already when you are around them. Once we met their parents and friends, it verified the notion that family and friends holding a couple up is such a gift, and a necessity.
This was our 3rd annual trip to Homer, Alaska with the kiddos, and Melman, our West Highland Terrier.
This is the view from the Highliner House. The sandhill cranes love to cruise around the property every morning.
I have a ‘thing’ for rocks. My daddy was a geologist…kinda runs in the blood I guess. 🙂
I just can’t get over how fast the kids grow up. Our daughter Kya will be a teenager in a couple months.
Our sweet boy, Shea.
We rode over to Halibut Cove on the Danny J. What a great get-a-way!
The Saltry restaurant has the most incredible food! We cleared our plates, bowls, and glasses!
I also have a ‘thing’ for wood rounds & texture.
We had the honor of meeting Mr. Clem Tillion. He was jovial, kind, and so full of wisdom. “I could never walk next to my wife of 53 years without touching her” he said. What a precious man. Here is more history about Halibut Cove: http://www.halibut-cove-alaska.com/halibut-cove-history.htm