I admit, I'd totally make this if I had free time to craft right now. I love it! Lauren Elise put together an awesome tutorial, check out the full post here. I love her style in general, isn't it great?
We received the good news last night, she's coming home safe! It's a battle far from over, but for now at least there's two people that are heading back to their homes, and I know their family and friends couldn't be more any more thankful for the chance to see their loved ones again.
These are insane. Incredible. Breathtaking. I want to get lost in them, project them on all four walls of a room and live in it. I don't know how this guy has captured these, but I think I've found my new favorite artist. Full screen HD it, there's no other worthy way of viewing.
I couldn't resist posting this. I know it's made it's way around the blogosphere, but this is one of my favorite wedding dresses I've seen. Period. And I can't get over the last shot (or any of the shots for that matter). Found via Wedding Chicks, photography by Scarlet O'neill.
It's been almost exactly a year since we packed up and moved out of the Asheville area, and now we're back for work and it couldn't feel more weird. It's hard to not get really sentimental about it, we always struggle to figure out which place feels most like home and this is only one of them. I haven't been able to get out with my camera yet, but this image taken by Derek Olson pretty much sums up the beauty of this mountain city. For now I'm cozied up in our friends wonderful little home in the woods 45 minutes away from the city, working on editing a wedding while everyone works. Rain falling down, a sleepy little pup, music playing, the sound of a creek outside, light pouring in from every direction... it does my heart some good. I'm so much happier in a place where I feel connected to the land around me.