Warm sunny gentle green and blue raw nature dusted with fine grained sand all milky white and so kind and inviting you could eat it. Big Neon Love so bright and big you could jump through and into it in the darkness of a new moon night. Can you hear that husky voice seronading you? A band of angels pluck and tap a kaleidoscope of funkadelic rock beat (move your feet) - smoothness to lure and catch. The giant tipi warm and open. Open fire's are the icing on the cake except the real cake is so good it can't give up that claim. Eat that up too!.
And then when you stop and reminisce and you realise you're speaking and writing like some tripped out hippy throw back you realise, I realise, that I've been profoundly moved. Amie and Matt poured SO MUCH love (beyond even big neon love) into their Wedding Day. We all felt it and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one babbling about it still two weeks later.
If there was ever a sense of unity; both in our humanity (our family) but also between us and the natural world around us, this Wedding added an exclamation mark to togetherness. That's called celebration right there, and this humble little South Coast Wedding Photographer is singing it beyond the tops of tallest gums and to the slither of moon and back.
Here's The Eighteen Minute Slideshow (if you're up for it).