On the morning of Even and Ashley’s wedding at Rosario I was driving back from our room because I had left some Polaroid film in one of the bags. On the way there, a large truck came barreling down the road, the speed limit was 15, but the truck driver decided that double that would do. Through the dust I made out what was written in bold letters on the side “Rent-A-PhotoBooth”
Back in the girls getting ready room I casually asked Ashley if they had rented a photobooth for their wedding. In a burst of excitement she said “YES, with unlimited photos too!!”….I thought…UN…LIMITED…whoooaaa..In my mind the room fell silent…
…..UNLIMITED……you’ve got to be KIDDING me..
……Ashley wasn’t kidding. And unlike at the theme park photobooths where Danielle and I usually shell out $70+ on rolls and rolls of film, we got to rock it out all night long with no limit..NO LIMIT!
After the all night photo session we woke up the next day to beautiful weather and empty stomachs. A good thing when you are surrounded by awesome beachside restaurant’s….except the beachside one that we tried was a lot of salad for a lot of money…not too good. Check that one off the list on what not to do..So we hit up a local home grown organic market, very niice. They had 100% fresh Acai Juice! Very good. After that we shopped around a bit, took some photos and then for Lunch hit a super hip island themed mexican place. The salsa amazed my mouth
We didn’t want to miss the next ferry off the island so we drove the 40min drive to the dock. Got there at 2. Next ferry ride was at 3:30….it was full…next ride after that was 7pm…chilled in the car. slept in car. got intense headache. Cars hurt as beds.
15mins till departure. Polaroid time! Yes!!!!
….NO, out of film. Done…
…..NO….out of battery….Done…
We slowly drove onto the ferry and low and behold in the bottom of the bag was one last battery! YES!
Anyway, long blog post. Long story. Here’s the photos! We truly had a great time on the San Juan islands. The weather was amazing and it seemed like everytime we took the ferry, both there and back, we hit sunset at the perfect time to see it set over all the islands.
On the road to the ferry. We decided to take the long way with dirt roads, dense forests, and some really cool old beach houses along the cliffs. FYI….driving while simultaneously taking photos results in lots of blurry ones. Lots…
Finally, on the ferry and departing Orcas. This was one of the local docks that was right by the launch off point. It was pretty cool, there was a little kid next to me taking photos of all the boats too, he was super cool.
Sunset hit at the right time. This was just seconds after that other ferry passed us on this side….wish I had the charged camera battery when that happend. But oh, well, got some cool shots on the sun over the islands.
The last image of the day as the sun faded into a bright moonlit night. The stars were amazing outside and the ocean was reflecting the moon. We got off the ferry and headed back home…end of a great trip and an awesome wedding!
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