I get a little bit anxious when people ask me “what will the weather be like in (insert month here) in Queenstown?” So they usually get a long and probably not overly helpful response. Let me tell you why. 🌞 This photo was taken nearly 2 weeks ago during the end of spring, start of Summer. It was quite warm and even a bit humid which is very rare. By quite warm about 18 degrees C. 2 weeks before this I was mowing the lawn in shorts on a 28 degree day. 4 days ago (a week after this photo) we woke to a decent amount of snow on the hills and it had actually come quite low. Today after rain almost every day (some days intermittently some non stop) the rain still continues as many business owners in Queenstown prepare for flooding as the lake is about as full as it can go. Wanaka is experiencing flooding and roads all over the area are closed due to flooding. ☔️ I don’t know if I have ever noticed the hill sides be so green. But it also wouldn’t surprise me if in 4 weeks we are suffering a drought and everything is yellow, or who knows we could have snow in summer 💁♀️
When these two got married, Shannon took Jakeb’s name but I am sure it was an easy transition as she only had to drop a letter, their last names were basically already the same just spelled different 💗
Nancy and Adam’s wedding was all about love, laughter and colour and it was definitely a day full of all of these ❤️🧡💛💖
Mountain tops with epic lovers during golden hour and then throw in a prism and this is the fun that happens!! . It’s been a crazy busy full on 5 days but I’m starting to feel a bit more relaxed. I have now downloaded and backed up over 8000 images taken over the last few days, sent out all the print orders (and a few surprise prints) and now about to catch up on emails, but first I am going to make up some dough for home made pizza night. Anyone have any bizarre toppings they recommend? Bonus points if it goes well with blue cheese 🍕
Just some awesome people enjoying an awesome morning together 💙 Also big news if you haven’t seen already! After nearly a year of planning, stressing, pouring so much time and energy into it, I have launched my new website and logo!! Head over and check it out 😁
I love sentiment and can’t get enough sappy moments, so all the little sentimental pieces of a wedding totally hits me with all the feels. Kayla and George were married on the family farm, and when I say family farm it was started by his great, great, great (and maybe one more great) grandfather! The exact location is a special spot where family comes together and there is a big stone (not pictured) that stands strong for the family. Kayla’s dress was especially made for her from the lace and fabric from her Grandmother’s dress. And at the end of their ceremony they planted a tree, a tree I know that in generations there great grandchildren will stand around and create new memories. . Are you planning anything extra sentimental in your big day?