There was still snow on the mountains, when Victoria and Richard said YES. Beautiful, gorgeous blue sky and all their family and friends witnesses the ceremony in Breckenridge. Thanks you Victoria and Richard for having me as our photographer at your intimate, beautiful wedding in the mountains. Stay tuned there will be more.
I’m still very touched by the wedding of Mary and Florian yesterday at the beautiful Sonnalp in Vail. Friends from all over the world came to witness Florian and Mary’s big day in the Colorado mountains. It was a German, US, Italian celebration of family, love and friendship. A huge Thank You to both families, who invited me into their life’s to be a part of this amazing wedding.
I have to give a big shout out the the Sonnenalp for creating this elegant frame for this international wedding and Kevin Danzig – dude you rocked this wedding.
This year’s wedding season started for me with a trip to Killarney in Ireland. It was dream of mine come true: Going to the Emerald Isle with a camera. – I wanted to discover the mystical beauty of Ireland. After all of the official work for the wedding was done, my wife Tammy and I took off and explored Ireland’s beauty with my camera.,
Everyone has pictures that pop up in their minds when it comes to Ireland: It’s green, lush and old. There are castles, narrow streets, hedges separating grass pastures to keep in the sheep and long coastlines. Did you know that Ireland’s coastline is about 4660 miles long? – … and there is the WEATHER. No one expects sunshine or warm temperatures on the green island. As a matter of fact, I told everyone that I would be deeply disappointed if we have sunshine during our trip. Ireland didn’t disappoint me at all.
What can I tell you, is that all the preconceived notions came true and I found exactly what I was wanting to find in Ireland. Unfortunately we only had one week for our trip, because we had a plane to catch in Dublin to bring us back to to Denver. My wife and I made a promise – we will come back.
Check out part 1 of my Irish views.
This was my companion in Ireland. Beside digital help, I also brought a Plaubel Junior along for the trip.
I felt very honored and proud when I received the news that the creators of Photodoto picked my website for their article about 50 brilliant Photo Sites of Professional Photographers. In their blog post about brilliant photo sites they use my website as on of 50 examples to explain other photographers how to put a professional online portfolio together. Thank you Photodoto, I feel very honored to be part of such an incredible bunch of creative people. I love what I’m doing and I guess it shows.