Tag Archives for Wedding Photographer Big Sur

Point 16 Big Sur

“Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world’s great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.”   Norman Maclean. It’s a […]

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Point 16 Wedding & Info

Point 16 is like no other wedding venue in North America…period. There is no website for Point 16 & it’s on private property, therefore I will try to include a bit more info about the place than I normally would in a typical blog post;)  To understand the what & why of the place, you […]

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Wind and Sea Big Sur Wedding

Exciting Note:  Just received word from The Knot that they are going to publish this wedding in Real Weddings – The Knot, as well as select images in Spring-Summer Nor Cal Knot Magazine.  Pretty cool. Big Sur is fast becoming the wedding destination for couples seeking an intimate, natural, heartfelt wedding surrounded by unmatched natural […]

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Pfieffer Beach Wedding – Big Sur, California

by Peer Johnson Nothing in Big Sur is “normal”. Pfieffer Beach is not normal. Without a doubt anyone that lives in Big Sur is not “normal”. Therefore it’s easy to assume that a couple who says, “I want to have my wedding in Big Sur” wants something other than a normal, conventional, uneventful wedding. The […]

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Big Sur Elopement

Photographer: Peer Johnson (contact me here) Officiant: Ken Robins Ceremony: The Wilds of Public Land in Big Sur (thank Woodie Guthrie) – Ken’s Secret Spot, Call Him! Hair & Makeup: Twist Studio Spa Floral Design: Friends & Family 😉 Dinner: Deetjen’s It’s been a while since I’ve updated my blog. Trust me it’s not cuz […]

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Big Sur Carmel Sur-Reeelistic Wedding!

One of those Sur-Real days in Big Sur with lighting conditions, colors & views straight out of a Salvador Dali painting. Honestly, if we could’ve controlled the weather, we wouldn’t have changed a thing. The groom kept saying, “it all just looks like a postcard, so unreal…” I actually broke out an old Medium Format […]

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