Full Engagement Session from Switzerland soon on a blog near you.
Jenia and Bruno had a quite small and intimate wedding in Geneva with a Russian ceremony. Pressure was on as Jenia is a very talented photographer. A great day full of good times and many thanks to Jenia and Bruno for having me.
Time for the next set of images from our trip through Peru and Bolivia. This time we are in Cusco to get ready for Machu Picchu. If you are doing the Inca Trail it is definitely a good idea to spend a few days in Cusco before you start your trek. Cusco is located about 3 400 meters above sea level so it will help you to adjust to the altitude. It is a quite small city and a few days here is enough. You can also take tours out of town to do things like horseback riding, visit the salt mines or the Inca ruin called Moray.
As all pics in this series they are shot on analog Kodak and Fuji film using a Nikon FM2, Nikon F100 and a Contax 645.
Watch the first post from Lima here.
Linda and Johan got married at Yxtaholms slott in Sweden, about 1.5 hours drive outside of Stockholm. This day had everything you can wish for from a Swedish summer. All in the same day. It started off with a foggy morning, then pouring rain, beautiful sunset and a late night dip in the lake. In other words, a truly perfect day for a Swedish wedding.
Sweden you are amazing
and so are your people
and your 15 sunny days a year.
See you soon again.