This is one of my all-time favorite weddings I’ve ever had the pleasure of photographing. 10 people, a beautiful June evening, plans to pick a ceremony spot based on how it felt when they saw it, whales slowly passing by in the ocean directly in front of them, and receiving communion for the first time as a married couple as the sun dipped below the horizon.
I arrived at a cute cottage in p-town where everyone enjoyed cocktail hour before heading out for the ceremony. Drinks & delicious food from Far Land Provisions made for the perfect snack before we all piled into suburbans to off-road in the desolate dunes of Provincetown. Art’s Dune Tours drove us out onto their private roads that winded through the dunes of the Cape. We stopped once, and Robby & Kevin gave a glance out to see if this spot was the place they would get married. After a minute, they decided it wasn’t it and we continued on. 15 minutes later we arrived at the bottom of a steep hill as our driver warned that he wasn’t sure he could make it all the way up.
He cranked it into drive, and went up the hill as far as he could before giving up. We all got out and ran to the top of the hill to see what awaited us. The most perfect spot overlooking the Atlantic ocean with not a single person in site would be the spot.