I woke up to the most amazing review from these angels 😭😭 -
“First let us talk about Abbi’s professionalism: she is so organised and “on it” in terms of always being fast to respond and update wedding day timelines.
Secondly, a HUGE advantage of booking with the Hearnes (and a big part that’s worth paying for) is their extensive knowledge of cool and hidden spots around national parks. They know these places like the back of their hands and have an abundance of ideas on secluded spots away from the tourists (for your first look, for example) and truly breath-taking outlooks to get those famous epic shots. If ever there’s a change in plans (road closures, bad weathers etc.), have no doubt that these two have a ton of equally as amazing alternatives up their sleeves.
Although we were initially nervous about our wedding photos, Abbi and Callen quickly made us feel so at ease and within a short amount of time we felt like we were just hanging out with a bunch of old friends. They had so many ideas for shots and only ever gave us a few light posing ideas, leaving my husband and I to just enjoy one another’s company on our wedding day. Even just after our wedding day had begun, we were already wishing we could pause time in order to spend more time with these two amazing human beings.
And now on to the photos. THE PHOTOS! They truly speak for themselves and if you’re already here reading this review then you have likely already scrolled down their IG feed with your jaw on the floor. Just when you think they couldn’t do anything more spectacular, they go ahead and pull another epically gorgeous photo out of the bag. How do they do it? No one will ever be sure. But what you can be sure of is that if you hire them as your photographers you’ll get to be part of that magic.”
@ailsa___ and @ausmaddon I love you two so much. Thank you 🖤
5048582 days ago
It’s easier for me to write about you
When I’m away
Nostalgia brings words
My heart was once too full to say
Back home again from my last trip of this year. My head is full with an overwhelming amount of ideas and todos, while my body decides to take a break and slowed down to fight a flu. I sometimes feel paralyzed when I look at the pure amount of tasks to tackle. But then I take a step back and remind myself of where I was a year ago and what I have archived since then. I got self-employed and formed my wedding brand @sturmsucht , I got invited to speak at my first International photography workshop and most important: I made a living out of my passion. Every year I found myself repeating a phrase: "next year will be thrilling". It will be, just like 2018 was. But this year has also been great and I have no doubt that 2019 will be fabulous.
This was the best sunset we had ever seen, so it’s only appropriate we make it our first post! Taft Point offers views of Yosemite Valley, Yosemite Falls (if you’re lucky), and El Capitan. It’s strikingly beautiful during sunset and the clouds add a little touch of drama.
A little bit about ourselves: We’re both from the US and are both in medicine. We are as passionate about traveling as we are about our careers. Travel for us is a way of building a stronger, personal understanding and acceptance of different cultures and ideas. “To see the world, things dangerous to come to, to see behind walls, draw closer, to find each other, and to feel. That is the purpose of LIFE.” - From the Secret Life of Walter Mitty
So November was a great month here at @Cyclewand, milder than usual weather meant lots of cycling for us and apparently the winter months don’t slow our lovely customers down either, above average sales for this time of year which means more money raised for our favourite cause 1% For the Planet! Hooray!⠀
On that subject November saw the first @1percentftp European Summit in Amsterdam which we attended. It was an inspiring day and we got to meet and hang out with lots of innovative companies and remarkable individuals all doing great work to help protect the planet and ensure we have a better future.⠀
Some highlights were;⠀
Best known for their totally awesome naivety and rowing across the Atlantic, the Tempest Two humoured us and provoked our thinking to show that anyone can accomplish anything if they adopt the same unshakeable determination to commit to the task and remove can’t from their vocabulary.⠀
Their next big charitable challenge is to climb El Capitan in Yosemite national park, USA, it is a vertical granite rock face which can take professional climbers up to Ten days to scale,what is remarkable about this is that neither Tom or James are climbers and have given themselves only one year to prepare for this. They are fully committed! Good luck guys!⠀
Check the link in our bio to read our other highlights in the blog 😍 🙌 ⠀
📸 in Yosemite National Park
A day hike across the O’Shaughnessy dam and along Hetch Hetchy reservoir to Wapama Falls. Getting a sense of what became the death of John Muir’s spirit. A valley unnaturally flooded a hundred years ago and now impacted by sediment. However complicated and controversial... dam removal and restoration creates jobs 👍🏼
Never let the fire in your heart go out. Keep it alive. Serve the Lord. When you hope, be joyful. When you suffer, be patient. When you pray, be faithful. Romans 12:11-12
Happy Sunday y’all 🤙🏽 #fireaf🔥 #yosemitenationalpark#camp4