When your photographer gets sick and you already have the bouquet made and outfits ready...you make do with a tripod and remote! We had scheduled for a photo session with one of our favorite photographers - who happened to be in the Bay Area this week - and unfortunately had a fall through. But I couldn't bear to waste the beautiful bouquet that I designed, so instead, we woke up at 5 in the morning, drove up to SF, and shot in the (freezing cold) San Francisco Presidio. Loved the sunrise light - we definitely lost the magic once day began to break - but managed to capture some great shots with our Pulse remote!
For Black Friday again this year, we decided to #OptOutside to Castle Rock State Park! Only 40 minutes away from home, we headed out just in time to catch the sunset.
"You're gonna love this morning," he said as he poured cereal in the morning.
"You know I'm blind," I said groggily - I had yet to put on my contact lenses and was literally blind without them.
"Well put on your glasses then!" he responded.
I trekked to the bathroom, put on my contact lenses, and walked back out. As I adjusted my eyes to the light, I saw the fog rolling across buildings, the faintest colors of the trees painting the otherwise gray skyline. Before long, I had a camera in hand, tripod set up, and remote control setting ready to go...all in the fifteen minutes we had before we had to head out to work.
And he was right.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, MA
With the day off this weekend, we found cheap flights from San Jose to Boston on JetBlue and set off for the weekend! Keith had never been to the East Cost before, so it was a first for him. With a long list of places to go, we had a mix of foodie adventures, beautiful gardens, and historical sights to see.
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