Sombrero Beach Photos | Meredith + Connor

Meredith and Connor were married a few weeks ago, and I was asked to meet them after the ceremony for some Sombrero Beach photos. I do not think there was a better night to say “I do”, because the weather was perfect and the sun was ON FIRE in the sky. Just LOOK at the color of the water! That aqua blue just so happens to be my favorite color 🙂

I haven’t taken Sombrero Beach photos in a long time, because it was pretty badly damaged after Hurricane Irma. But it has been partially restored. The plants are coming back to life, and you just cannot beat the sunsets for photos.

Another one of my favorite things about Sombrero beach photos is that I am able to create so many different looks within a small area. The sandy beach is beautiful, obviously. But I am also able to use the sea grass, rocks, and old dock.

I also can’t get enough of the last remaining walkway on the beach. I love the way the sun peaks over the trees and reflects of the water here.

Honestly, I am SO HAPPY with these photos I was able to create with Meredith and Connor. It was an incredibly gorgeous night. Thank you both for allowing me to be a part of your wedding day!

If you’re interested in Sombrero Beach photos, CLICK HERE to contact me!

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Meredith and Connor were married a few weeks ago, and I was asked to meet them after the ceremony for some Sombrero Beach photos. I do not think there was a better night to say “I do”, because the weather was perfect and the sun was ON FIRE in the sky. Just LOOK at the color of the water! That aqua blue just so happens to be my favorite color 🙂

I haven’t taken Sombrero Beach photos in a long time, because it was pretty badly damaged after Hurricane Irma. But it has been partially restored. The plants are coming back to life, and you just cannot beat the sunsets for photos.

Another one of my favorite things about Sombrero beach photos is that I am able to create so many different looks within a small area. The sandy beach is beautiful, obviously. But I am also able to use the sea grass, rocks, and old dock.

I also can’t get enough of the last remaining walkway on the beach. I love the way the sun peaks over the trees and reflects of the water here.

Honestly, I am SO HAPPY with these photos I was able to create with Meredith and Connor. It was an incredibly gorgeous night. Thank you both for allowing me to be a part of your wedding day!

If you’re interested in Sombrero Beach photos, CLICK HERE to contact me!

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