It was so exciting to come across this blog post by Annie Bananie which showcased not just her shots from the same October wedding in Maastricht I experienced a few weeks ago, but some short videos as well.  Be sure to scroll down to the second half of her post and watch at least one of […]

After yet another lunch of frites in a little cafeteria on the square in Maastricht, I came across this wedding party outside of City Hall. Wedding Photo #1.  The bride chats with guests outside City Hall while her photographer shoots cans tied to the “get-away vehicle,” a bicycle of course! Wedding Photo #2.  After the […]

I am an American who was lucky enough to spend about half of my formative childhood years living in Europe and traveling extensively throughout the gorgeous continent. I’ve been able to return to Europe regularly since then, both for work and for pleasure. If you’re one of the 12 million Americans who is headed to […]

Completed in 1932 as a 50th wedding gift for William Wrigley, Jr’s wife, today the Wrigley Mansion offers tours, a restaurant, and private event space.  Constructed for $1.2 million, the 6,000 square foot home was the smallest of the Wrigley family’s six homes.  This is a closer shot of the ornate foyer ceiling.

Constructed to display fine art during the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, the Palace of Fine Arts is one of the only remaining structures from the Exposition.  Today it is a popular spot for tourists, weddings, and portrait photographers. Speaking of Noise, be sure to check out her WAY more talented shot of the Palace […]