Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Ross and Rebekka's 30th Birthday Adventure


Ross and Rebekka made the trip out from Los Angeles to get some romantic shots amongst the scenery of Flagstaff - something they WOULD have had 4 years ago when they got married here had the weather cooperated. Infact they would actually have said their vows around the tree pictured above. Sad. But I think mother nature made up for it nicely with one of the most beautiful sunsets I've ever watched. It was also Rebekka's 30th birthday (something she says should become a tradition because she enjoyed it so much) and I was happy to share it. We started out in the colorful alleyways of downtown Flagstaff and ended at Snowbowl ski area. The light couldn't have been more perfect and the company was fun. Really fun! :) Here are some of my favs.

After discovering that Ross was a screen writer for Sci-fi alien movies (amongst other things) I decided that this wall was probably appropriate after all. (That's right Ross... I'm one of those creepy people that googles people ... I was just making sure you weren't Ira Glass under a ghost name).






Ross seronaded Rebekka with happy birthday:









This photo is straight out of the camera... talk about incredible light:





And just had to add a snapshot of that amazing sunset!

6 comments:

  1. Wow - I am just blown away - those are the most amazing photos of a truly amazing couple. Thank you for capturing the spirit and soul of our daughter and son-in-law!
    Joy Weinstein

    ReplyDelete
  2. Amazing Pictures, Sarah! Wow! You've given Rebekka and Ross a gift that will last forever!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Deborah Kahn-HarrisOctober 15, 2009 at 12:44 AM

    Truly stunning photos of a beautiful couple -- thank goodness the weather cooperated this time.

    Many thanks
    Deborah

    ReplyDelete
  4. Unbelievable!!! Love all the photos. Congrats on your celebration!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Spectacularly beautiful! Such a romantic collection!

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for the comments... I love hearing all of them!