Memorial Day weekend spent in lovely Carmel and Big Sur, CA.
THROUGH MY LENS: CENTRAL VALLEY, CA
Through Instagram: The Sun Also Rises
This year, I did quite a bit of traveling–which meant a lot of early morning train rides and red eye flights. Although this was tiring, I got a glimpse of some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets I’ve ever seen. Here are some of my favorites from 2014, as posted to my instagram account. And, if you feel so inclined, follow me @sarahcrutch!
SUNSET, LA –> NYC
SUNSET, NYC –> DALLAS
SUNSET, SOHO, NYC
SUNSET, EMPIRE STATE BUILDING PANORAMIC
CHESAPEAKE BAY SUNRISE, TAKEN FROM THE AMTRAK
SUNSET, MANHATTAN SKYLINE, FROM EAST RIVER STATE PARK, BROOKLYN
SUNSET, MANHATTAN SKYLINE, FROM BROOKLYN BRIDGE, BROOKLYN SIDE
SUNSET, BAYHEAD, NEW JERSEY, BAY SIDE
SUNSET, DUMBO, BROOKLYN
MID AFTERNOON SUN, BROOKLYN
MORNING SUN, SANTA MONICA
SUNSET, JERSEY SHORE, BAY SIDE
SUNSET, FROM THE MONDRIAN SOHO
SUNSET, MANHATTAN SKYLINE, FROM LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS
SUNRISE, BAYHEAD, NEW JERSEY
SUNSET, VENICE, ITALY
Cheers, 2014! Here’s to many more in 2015.
Through My Lens: Devin and Kyle’s Wedding
Earlier this summer I had the privilege of seeing one of my best friends from college get married! We traveled out to beautiful Three Rivers, California to see Devin and Kyle tie the knot in a beautiful ceremony. Flanked by gorgeous mountains and overlooking a pond, this wedding was pretty easy on the eyes. I’ve posted just a few of my favorite shots from this picturesque wedding.
Roommates at the Rehearsal Dinner
The beautiful view
Brothers of the Bride
Kristin and I had the privilege of being Guestbook Girls!
The Ring Bearer
Standing at the altar
Cute bags of petals to throw as the happy couple exits
The beautiful bride!
Not a bad view.
A happy accident by way of slow shutter speed
Toasting the couple!
Congrats to Devin and Kyle! Wishing you years and years of happiness.
“But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.” For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.”