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To make my site and my own workflow more coherent and consistent, I have decided to integrate my blogs and my websites. That means this blog will still remain online and functioning, but that all future wedding related updates and posts can be found on my new blog here. And that my personal blog as well […]

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The flower crown had been nestled carefully in her suitcase and survived the trip from Germany (where she had made it herself a few days earlier, using branches and red winter berries from her mother’s garden) to Ærø island in Denmark where she and fiance Güney eloped. Her radiant joy and innocent eyes captured me. […]

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When Tine first wrote me and described the atmosphere of barefoot luxury that she and fiancé Emil wanted for their wedding day at Tisvildeleje Strandhotel north of Copenhagen, I knew I wanted to shoot their wedding. And when they told me that they had planned for a very relaxed day with an open schedule that […]

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My friend Jean and I spent our last two days in Portugal exploring the capitol, Lisbon. We caught the train from Sintra to Rossio, and decided to walk from there up the steep narrow streets to out hotel, Oliseppo Castelo, in the famous Alfama district. Lisbon is known as the city of 7 hills, which […]

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On day 5 we took bus 403 from Sintra to the lighthouse at Cabo da Roca, the most Western point of the European mainland, and by pure luck we arrived just as the morning fog started to drift away from the coast and revealed the most beautiful sight. This place definitely made me feel like […]

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On day 4 of our trip we got up early and bought a 5 euro roundtrip ticket for bus 434, taking us to the two castles we had seen come in and out of the clouds high above us for the past three days: the candy coloured Palacio da Pena and the 8th century remains […]

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On day three, we caught bus 417 taking us to the coastal town of Cascais and back for just 4.10 euro. It might be the most crazy bumpy and steep bus ride of my life and I had nothing but admiration for our excellent bus driver who obviously knew both his bus and the streets […]

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Based on our research from home, Jean really wanted to see Quinta da Regaleira and I really wanted to explore the castle and park of Palacio de Monserrate. Fortunately one bus route departing from just outside of the train station (route 435) took us past both of these and we bought a rountrip ticket for […]

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