Brians brother, Jesse, came to hang out with us in Albuquerque for a few weeks. During one of our weekends’ excursions, we headed north to Tent Rocks National Monument for a trek through the slot canyons before summiting the cliffs for the most beautiful view.
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t enjoying our new home. It’s October!!
For this year’s festivities, my adventure was a bit unique – I wasn’t out skydiving or seeking my usual hit of adrenaline. I spent the weekend immersed in a new experience of documenting the love and life of a beautiful couple.
Thanks so much to all my family and friends who reminded me in a multitude of ways how lucky I am to have survived another trip around the sun. Xoxo.
I was somewhere over the state line in New Mexico driving the 26 ft U-haul from Kalispell to Albuquerque when I got an interesting message from my friend Mallory: Not sure when you’re going to be down this way but I have this wedding thing coming up and was wondering if you would be interested in taking some photos for us?
Taking photos? Of course, I was interested. What I later learned was that ‘this wedding thing’ was an entire weekend in the Rocky Mountains with the most amazing festivities centered around the love of two unique and truly amazing people.
I just wanted to share a few highlights from the weekend. The entire album is theirs to share (or not).
May you always remember the love that brought you to share your name. Xoxo.
Not far from our home lies one of the most unique parks I’ve had the chance of visiting – Petroglyphs National Monument. Being only a twenty-minute drive from where I rest my head every night, this place was high on my priority list of places to visit soon after arriving in the Duke City. Today we had the chance to head out and explore a bit of the park. I’m more than excited to get to experience more of this place as time goes on.