Yesterday, I had the honor of attending a very special wedding ceremony. It was held outdoors in the Prentice Cooper wilderness area at a spot named Snoopers Rock.
The grooms parents had flown in from Cleveland, Oh and I had come from CO.
The friends that had hosted J and I on my previous trip in May, officiated, sang and drummed.
There were the photographers and another friend to handle the smudge bucket and a few random hikers coming by for the view.
Intimate in terms of attendance, but expansive and beyond measure of beauty in the surroundings, ceremony, and bride and groom.
I’ll let the photos convey the day as there are so many threads of how this day wove together and touches my heart that I can’t yet find the words to convey my sentiments. Overwhelmed to feel so blessed to have been there.
Afterwards, we took a riverboat cruise through the gorge on the river we were high above earlier.
Simply awesome! Congratulations to the newly married couple. (Oh, there is another ceremony to be attended by more family and friends in Tulum, Mexico in January. Stay tuned to hear about that one)
2 thoughts on “An Indian Wedding”
How lovely to have this experience with you good friend