Monday, September 10, 2018

Alicia & Brian - Ocean Edge

After some light rain just before the ceremony and cloudy skies all afternoon, it wasn't looking good for a sunset photo for Alicia & Brian, but just minutes before the Sun dropped below the horizon, the clouds began to glow a beautiful purple.  Gotta love Cape Cod sunsets!



#bluelivesmatter #backtheblue #backtheblue


Julie & Robert - Sea Crest Beach Hotel

Congratulations to Julie and Robert who tied the knot at the beautiful Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth!  Here are some of my favorite clicks. :)

Chris





Thursday, September 6, 2018

Hazel & Rich - Sky Fire - Ocean Edge Wedding

What an epic sunset at last Sunday's wedding! I just love it when mother nature plays along. Beautiful flowers Designer's Touch in Brewster.  Congratulations to Hazel & Rich!

Chris


Monday, August 27, 2018

Anna & Steve - Sea Crest Beach Hotel

Congratulations to Anna & Steve who tied the knot at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel! I loved grabbing this click with the dark and stormy clouds approaching.  Luckily, we captured all the outdoor photos before the lightning and thunderstorms got too close. Such a great shoot!

Chris

 

Jacki & Zack - Wequassett Night Sky Splendor

This recent wedding at the Wequassett was out of this world! The Milky Way galaxy glows on the right and the bright "star" on the left is the planet Mars. Saturn is in there to, can you find it?  Congratulations to Jacki & Zack!!

Chris

 

Molly & Patrick - Coonamessett Inn

Here's a favorite snap from Molly & Patrick's wedding at the Coonamessett Inn in Falmouth. I just love the smile on her face as she's dancing with her dad. It was originally shot in color but I think the b&w makes it timeless.

The view out over Jones Pond from the Inn makes for some great snaps as well.  Congratulations!!

Chris




Galaxy Rise

I was in Truro teaching a workshop on Milky Way and night sky photography back in July when we lucked out with one of the clearest nights of the year. It was insane. The transparency was superb. The structure in the Milky Way was very apparent including the Northern Coal Sack. Here's a 180° panorama I took of our own galaxy rising above Highland Lighthouse.

Chris