A love jam. Rocklands Farm wedding in poolesville, MD
If I had to diagnose myself, I'd think I had a case of the winter blues these past few days. Thankfully I'm over it. I definitely have been trying to avoid it as much as possible this year. In the past I'd go into strong hibernation activity around this time! I haven't been the biggest fan of the cold. Perhaps I've gotten a bit soft since I left New York, and/or I've gotten a lot older.
I've decided it's time to get over myself. One part of me may want to do one thing, but the other part of me knows how to come up with some good, logical excuses as to why I shouldn't do the one thing that I want. Like it's too cold! I'm being slightly facetious. Slightly. But the point is that I need to pay attention to, and combat, those traits that keep me from choosing to find solutions over excuses. At least for those good thoughts, ideas, and desires that truly inspire me.
While this blurb may not have anything to do with this wedding – and I think I will do more irrelevant blurbs going forward– I truly hope these images will speak for themselves. I thought the wedding was beautiful, and I particularly enjoyed the sunset ceremony and recommend it for people who are thinking about having an outside ceremony. Having a couple who DJ'd their first set during the reception was definitely a unique activity that represented them as artists and music lovers. I also recommend doing something at your own wedding that is truly unique to who you are as a person or couple. It may just make your wedding day that much more meaningful to you in the grand scheme of it all.
In all honesty,
Documentary Wedding Photography
Venue: Rocklands Farms
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