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Wedding Wish List | Destination Wedding Photographer

I’ve never been one to put my wishes out to the universe but, I realize that friends/clients — you wonderful people who are the foundation of my business — need to truly know me to fully support, and get the most from me. Therefore, I want to tell you all the places that I would…

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Eagles | Squamish, BC | Wildlife Photographer

I’ve been meaning to share these photos for ages! They’re from last winter, when Ken and I visited family in Squamish, BC. My in-laws have been waiting for me to get it together and send them some pictures, so I thought it was about time. Ken’s dad, Art, was an amazing guide and knew all…

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My Ireland Dream | Travel Photographer

As you may have read in my last post, Ken and I went to Ireland back in September, and it was awesome. We travelled to Kilkenny, Waterford, Kinsale, Cork (Blarney Castle), Killarney, Kerry (Dingle Peninsula), Clare (The Burren), and Dublin. And, I took a day trip on my own to Northern Ireland, to do some…

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  • Jessica - These pictures are GORGEOUS! They make me want to jump on a plane this minute.ReplyCancel

    • Tennile Sunday - Thanks Jess. If you do decide to hop on a plane, do let me know. I would love to be your stowaway.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie - Tennile! My great-grandfather was born in Portadown, County Armagh, and my great-grandmother was from County Antrim (we think–haven’t been able to confirm yet). Most North Americans I know who have Irish roots tend to come from the Republic. It’s nice to know another “northerner” (to whom I’m not related or married, I mean.)

    I’m jealous of your trip to Northern Ireland. Andrew and I made it as far north as the Jumping Church (outside Ardee), but we didn’t leave the Republic. We’re planning to hike around Northern Ireland on our next trip there, though.ReplyCancel

    • Tennile Sunday - Thanks for commenting, Natalie! I was thinking the same thing: I don’t know any Canadians (other than my family) with Northern Irish roots. Very pleased to learn you two are in the same boat (so to speak!). I can say that while my day trip was educational and enjoyable, there was definitely a different vibe to tourists in Northern Ireland than in the Republic. What an overall beautiful trip though. Side note: I didn’t know that you blog! Needless to say, I’m very excited to start reading. 🙂ReplyCancel

Ireland | Sunday Everyday | Travel Photographer

Ken and I visited Ireland in September, and we both absolutely fell in love with it. We agreed that it was one of our best travel experiences ever, and we’ve decided to go back at any given opportunity! I made this photo on a classically gorgeous, rainy, misty day, on the Dingle Peninsula. When I…

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Cuba | Travel Photographer

Back in May, I traveled to Varadero with one of my besties, Tanya, for some very long overdue quality time and a much needed vacation. We were looking for some R&R, but we also wanted to do a bit of adventuring, and learn as much as we could about the arts, culture, and politics of Cuba.

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