Got Engaged in 2019! YAY!!! Sweet Engagement and Wedding Photography Ideas for You!

One of the things I love about being a Puget Sound wedding photographer is I get to work with couples on their engagement photos and their wedding photos. It’s great to get to know each other before the wedding. Building a fun and trusted relationship with your photographer guarantees that you will have pictures that really show the love you have for each other and your pictures will be naturally beautiful.

Engagement photo of Maurean and Dan Dimmen. They married on 08-18-18 at the lake, Tiger Lake, Belfair, Washington, Jolly Sienda Photography

Engagement photo of Maurean and Dan Dimmen. They married on 08-18-18 at the lake, Tiger Lake, Belfair, Washington, Jolly Sienda Photography

It’s great to have your engagement photography session outside, in a park, incorporating flowers, the seashore, mountains, and woodlands. The beautiful, natural settings of the Pacific Northwest provide a bonus for all engaged couples.

Nieves and Chad Wright engagement photography session in Bremerton, Washington. Nieves and Chad were married September 2016 at Island Lake Park in Poulsbo, Washington.

Nieves and Chad Wright engagement photography session in Bremerton, Washington. Nieves and Chad were married September 2016 at Island Lake Park in Poulsbo, Washington.

Jolly Sienda Photography is available to book now for 2019, 2020, and 2021 engagement and wedding photography. Please mention you saw this promo post and receive 10% off of your wedding photography package through January 27, 2019. Contact us at info@jollysiendaphotography.com and tel: 240-899-5295. Jolly Sienda Photography captures precious memories that last a lifetime! https://www.jollysiendaphotography.com/weddings

Stupendous Ring of Fire Mountains in Patagonia's Chilean and Argentina Fjords

Have you ever dreamed of seeing the ‘End of the World’? Or, checking off those ‘1001 Things to See and Do Before You Die’? Our recent trip to South America and Patagonia provided us some of the world’s most dramatic scenery; unveiling places few ever see. The weather too, in this area, can change so quickly; from calm to ferocious gale force winds preventing ships from traveling around the Cape Horn or arriving safely in Port Stanley, Falkland Islands. Boy, did we luck out! In fact, the captain of our cruise ship said, “This is the calmest it has ever been, on my watch, sailing around the Cape Horn” The following images were taken on our journey. Happy Holidays!

Glacial striation and its reflection in the water with icebergs
Osorno Volcano, Puerto Monte, Puerto Varis, Chile

Osorno Volcano, Puerto Monte, Puerto Varis, Chile

Glaciers at Glacier Alley, Chile

Glaciers at Glacier Alley, Chile

Usushia, Agentina - last city on the South American continent.

Usushia, Agentina - last city on the South American continent.

Sailing the Strait of Magellen

Sailing the Strait of Magellen

Sailing the Strait of Magellen

Sailing the Strait of Magellen

Glacial Striation and a beautiful reflection

Glacial Striation and a beautiful reflection

Tierra del Fuego rainbow off of the Strait of Magellen near Usushia, Argentina

Tierra del Fuego rainbow off of the Strait of Magellen near Usushia, Argentina

A cruise ship sails around the the Cape Horn, South America.

A cruise ship sails around the the Cape Horn, South America.

Sailing around the Cape Horn
Iceberg

Iceberg

Jolly Sienda — Jolly Sienda Photography

Jolly Sienda — Jolly Sienda Photography