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In 2015, our family spent Christmas together in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I had briefly been through New Mexico on a road trip when I was 10 years old, but other than that I had no real knowledge of the area. I didn’t know what to expect, and I certainly didn’t predict that the landscape would captivate me as much as it did. I think about this trip often. I can’t even fully explain it. As I walked through Bandelier National Monument, there was just something so overwhelmingly powerful and beautiful about it. The colors of the rock and moss and cactus against the overcast Winter sky were creating the most incredible color palette. The evidence of human presence in the region that goes back at least 11,000 years. The way the rock became large scale abstract sculpture - some carved by humans and some carved by wind and rain and time. Between our time spent here, as well as exploring the food and art and textures in the area, it was a trip I’ll never forget and a place that I hope we are lucky enough to visit again.

These are just some of the images from this trip, and they make up this week’s “From the Archives” post.




Kelly and Brian's entire family truly treated us like their own family for their entire wedding weekend.  They brought us out to Maryland, and made sure we were well taken care of the whole time.  It really made us feel appreciated and for that we give them all a HUGE THANK YOU!  We first met these two when we photographed Kelly's brothers wedding, so it was great to see the gang again!  Brian and the guys played golf in the morning, Kelly and the ladies enjoyed mimosas at the beach house, and since they are both police officers (and met during a ride along) they found fun ways to incorporate that into their day - including a tier of amazing doughnuts! ;)  Cheers to Kelly and Brian!

Venue: Herrington on the Bay, North Beach, MD




Our Southern Road trip at the end of March took us all the way to the Keys for some diving.  If you follow along with us on Instagram you may have already seen some sneak peeks ;)  We found a perfect Airbnb in Islamorada and spent three days diving through Islamorada Dive Center.  It was a greatly needed getaway for us, with just the right blend of relaxation and adventure.  Below are a handful of our favorite shots.