shesgonelalaa:

That time we (illegally) slept on the beach & woke up to this.
Pentax K1000

I really want to do this.

Just a little shoutout to Ramses who got MARRIED today. Craziness. Congrats, tumblr friend! You are an inspiration to all of us “original” tumblrers! You and your wife are going to do some awesome things for Him, I just know it. Thank you for showing the world who Jesus is and what love looks like. We all need more of that.

wildstag:

untitled by bee-folk society on Flickr.
phorests:

The Golden State, home
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themountainlaurel:

Michelle Lyerly Photography

Wedding dress requirement #1: great twirling capabilities. (Or any dress for that matter.)
themountainlaurel:

Betsi Ewing Photography

What do you think is the difference between Europeans and Americans, the good and the bad?

Anonymous

agentlewoman:

I think the biggest difference is that Americans are always striving to find “happiness” in money and work. But Europeans find happiness in every day things. Food, wine, music, walking hand-in-hand, art, culture, friendships, activities etc…

Americans don’t just sit and cherish something. Everything is fast fast fast. I believe in a balance between taking the time to enjoy something and being a professional and getting things done when needed. I also believe that human beings need time off. Holiday’s in America are like a reward system for being a slave at a desk. In Europe everyone gets time off to be healthy and happy.

I’m definitely more of a European at heart but living in America has been good to me. There are more job opportunities here and the pay is higher. Someday I hope to live in Europe though, that’s where I feel truly at home.

Could not agree more with this. Just in the few days I’ve been back in the states from my short trip I have felt more rushed and stressed. I am all for the European way of living, in certain ways at least.

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.

Mark Twain
The wedding I shot in France this week was absolutely wonderful, especially the moment where they sang Amazing Grace in english. Absolutely beautiful. I had to hold in the tears so I could see clearly to shoot.
macedonianmess:

mustangblood:

coffee-and-wood:

Baked Brie with Rosemary, Honey, & Candied Walnuts

Come to papa.

Oh dear lord…

Mmmmmmmmmm. Hallelujah.
This is so gorgeous. Anyone know where it is?
This makes me want to go to Maine more than ever.