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Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preset Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetI'm married and have experienced my first lengthy (non-family) vacation in a city that is full of lots of interesting wonder. Sitting here now I guess it was all somewhat of a blur, but a blur of really awesome, crazy cool, stoked-on-everything memories. I made it a point to look my friends and family in the faces throughout the ceremony and stick the images into my memory (in the least creepy way possible) and everyday on our honeymoon I tried to recount what we did, just in case the blur started moving faster. Basically I have advice for couples getting married now - force your mind as much as you possibly can to be in the moment, and maybe even more importantly than that, calm yourself - it's all gonna be so good. That's actually good advice for life in general... Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preset Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preset

(his Hemingway face, pretty handsome, eh?)Processed with VSCOcam with p5 preset Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preset Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetI'm working on a piece about the wedding day and another (maybe multiple) about our time in New Orleans - it was almost indescribable. They're going to be creative pieces, so I'm not going to go much into travel recommendations, but please let me know if you want some for New Orleans. We exhausted our list of recommendations and then some and I loved every single place we went! This morning I started a vsco grid and have put up a few photos from our trip (above). I love what vsco offers the world of visual social media. It's a company that understands exceptional photography and highlights photographers work, be it film, digital, or phone photography, in the most beautiful way possible - by letting the photos speak for themselves. Cool right? Yeah, I'm excited.

iPhone photos - edited with VSCO