Mass Transit

Wrapped up a few more engagement the past few weeks, with such a diverse downtown San Diego has unlimited options. Very popular is our in your face Red MTS system, great for ride alongs, or longer exposures to play with movement. Ferries, taxis, pedicabs..what other public transportation services have you used for engagements & weddings?

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Posted in California, Downtown, Engagement, San Diego

BBQ Photography

I have some very specific weaknesses when it comes to food. Love all you can eat sushi! Chinese takeout, yeah. Thai? Yep, Tuesday used to be Thai Tuesday in our house. We constantly comment about maybe having latino roots as we eat spicy Mexican every few days. Maybe we just love eating period!

One of my personal favs is real BBQ. Not weiners and paper thin frozen mystery meat patties, I’m talking smell from a mile away wood burning. If it’s an option in a given situation you’ll always see me reach for tritip & ribs before falafel & pizza. Problem #1 is always going to be: If you don’t live in the BBQ regions you’re going to have to look hard for the goods. One city you don’t have to worry about badass BBQ in Seattle, The Boar’s Nest Delivers. So good. And the best part is Gabe’s regional sauces. Originally from North Carolina, Gabe has recreated 4 of the country’s top regional BBQ sauces. Their sauce is available via Amazon Fresh is you’re in the Northwest.

In another life I run a BBQ restaurant too lol. Maybe someday, but for now I will have to live with eating it, shooting it, and judging for BBQ contests on the West Coast. They twisted my arm, ow! Ok, I’ll try ribs, tritip, brisket, and chicken from 23 teams, I might need a few beers to cleanse the pallet, thx. It was time for another round of Gabe’s sauces now that it’s been picked up in 18 more stores.

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2014 Crush – Temecula Wine & Culinary Showcase

Well we are halfway done with this summer season, I hope you’re having a good one! Plenty of sun, BBQs, beaches, water parks. But is summer our favorite season? As we pass the midway point in July, toes in the water – ass in the sand as they say.. I can’t help but daydream about our favorite upcoming fall pleasures. Autumn photography, all our tv shows come back on, football! What else is there? I’ll give you a clue:

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Hmmmmmm, another clue?

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Yummy food & grapes, where are we going here….

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Wait wait, yes please! Where can I get a plate like that just for me?

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They say if you don’t start drinking in the morning you can’t drink all day.. where’s the best place to enjoy foodie bites and wine all day?

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Ok ok, cheese & bread pushed you to the edge and you’re ready….. It’s time for CRUSH!!!

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On September 13th Wiens Family Cellars will host the annual showcase of Temecula’s 30 member wineries – all in one place! Enjoy a walk about tasting of Temecula’s award winning wines and spectacular culinary bites from winery and local chefs. We all know that wineries are one of the best places to experience amazing vino and culinary perfection, and Crush makes it easy by bringing the valley’s best all together. For more information and tickets head to the Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association ASAP!

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miramonte winery  

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churon winery  

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ponte winery  

wilson creek winery  

hart winery  

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monte de oro winery  

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Posted in California, Food, San Diego, Winery/Vineyard

Unconditional Surrender

The Unconditional Surrender statue in San Diego is the depiction of a famous photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt in Times Square on V-J day – August 14, 1945. A sailor was running down the street grabbing and kissing any and every girl in sight… young & old. Alfred instinctively waited for him to approach this nurse and snapped 4 shots, one of which would appear later that week in Life magazine and become a cultural icon. The statue is extremely popular for military couples, we took at jab at it recently and am very happy with it! San Diego’s statue is appropriately located directly adjacent to the Midway Aircraft Museum on San Diego’s waterfront. After the statue we hit Sunset Cliffs as the light faded. It’s off to Miami in December for the wedding! unconditional surrender   sunset cliffs engagement picture   sunset cliffs engagement photo   sunset cliffs engagement  

Posted in Engagement, Military, San Diego

Growlers

O yes, those are growlers of homebrew, handcrafted specifically for the beer drinkers at this winery wedding.

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Posted in Dallas, DIY, Downtown, Wedding, Winery/Vineyard