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Tamara & Jeremy [Sequim Wedding Photographer]

There is a quieter beauty about a winter wedding… When the leaves have fallen and the branches are bare, you can see the texture of bark and moss and the bones of living things. After the toasts and the dancing, marriage is about the bones– the unyielding virtues that will see you through the years. I love the flowers and dresses and decor as much as anyone– and probably more than most! But what I love best is seeing good bones in a relationship that portend a deep and resilient marriage down the road. Congrats, Tamara & Jeremy!

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  1. Andrea says:

    STUNNING bride, groom, bridal party, venue… and PHOTOS! Well done!

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