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Marta & Afonso - A city Wedding in Lisbon - Montes Claros
 

Por vezes demoro bastante tempo a publicar no blog algo que fotografei num momento específico da vida. Mas nem sempre consigo evitar revisitar um dia tão lindo apenas passado um pouco mais tempo do que seria de esperar, depois de ser testemunha desses momentos em tempo real. Parece que me desloco a uma nuvem de nostalgia imensa e intensa, e isso é tão bonito.

A Marta e o Afonso são duas almas lindas que amam a sua cidade, as suas pessoas e o seu incrível ser de quatro patas que é o Zé. Hoje a sua família tão bonita já tem mais um membro, e eu sinto-me tão grata de poder testemunhar o que de tão bom e bonito acontece àqueles que em mim confiaram, durante o resto da sua vida.

Sinto-me imensamente grata por vocês os dois Marta e Afonso. Para comemorar também isso, aqui está uma selecção do vosso dia e das memórias que criaram através de tanto amor.

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Sometimes it takes me a long time to blog but I can’t help but want to revisit beautiful days only a bit after actually witnessing them in real time. It feels like I move into an immense and intense cloud of nostalgia and it is so beautiful.

Marta and Afonso are two beautiful souls who love their city, their people and their four-legged Zé. Today their beautiful family has already another member, and I feel so grateful to be able to witness everything so beautiful that comes to those who have trusted in me.

I feel immensely grateful for you two Marta and Afonso. So here’s a selection of your day and the memories that you have made through so much love.

 
Inês & Renato - Winter Wedding at Hotel da Estrela
 

Sometimes you plan a wedding and the weather does not abide by your hopes and dreams. Sometimes you are unable to hide the cloud of disappointment and other times you just go with whatever the universe has planned for you. On this day, an October day 3 years ago, Inês and Renato said they yes on a slightly different place they had planned but with the same strength they would have done with if the day had gone along their exact plans from the beginning. Because it just feels the most important part is already at work. They were going to party amongst their favorite people and nothing would break the chain of massive fun they wanted to have. The magistral and powerful set of yeses they said during an outpour of rain outside meant the same as if they had been said a the end of a rainbow. And that’s exactly where they found themselves: completely inside a rainbow, treasured immensely by those present and it mattered nothing else other than this - they were together and all was as perfectly as it could ever come to be.

 
My love is a cloud burning brightly in the sky
 
 
Ana Raquel & Miguel
 

These two are like an explosion of quiet in the chaos. They are so uniquely and intrinsically entrailed in each other that the world dissipates when they touch. I've become so found of their love the past few months, and that does not happen very often. To be honest I am a fan of how they live their life, the love their have for their friends and family and I am still quite in love with this afternoon they chose from scratch. When they asked me if we could head over to a fair to shoot the session I was like "what?". I mean this is too cool and it's going to rock my world. I've always wanted to shoot in a fair but as I saw that not many couples would go for that idea, I just kind of dropped it a few years back, and quietly gave it a bit up. To me this sounds like fate right? You wouldn't believe how fate plays such a huge part in the life of these two. The following photographs are to me simple quietness and color in a world that is only theirs, yet it's a world that is beyond inviting, full of kindness and acceptance and rock and roll. I love them. I truly do. Discover for yourself few of the hundreds of reasons why. 

 
Maria & Miguel | Cascais Engagement
 

I am the kind of person that cries behind my camera in the middle of ceremonies, and that laughs out loud when a kid eats part of the cake before being cut, and I am so, so grateful for the couples that allow me to be myself, that accept who I am entirely. 

Maria and Miguel gave me that possibility. The possibility of being myself, of knowing who they are and what they love about each other. This is yet still work from 2015 and I remember this day as clear as it was yesterday. I am getting there at sharing, y'all. 

 
Sara & Manel
 

I can still feel the temperature of this day on my skin. How the ocean air felt saltier than usual. And how in love Sara and Manel are with each other. Beyond their natural shyness they were able to open themselves to the opportunity of being documented the way they truly are when alone. It felt so real, and raw, and honest. It still does when I look into these photographs. This was probably one of my favourite sessions of 2016. And as the salty air being softly brought in the breeze, this was a feel good, intimate and quiet session. One I felt like floating while listening only to their giggling sweet sounds and the waves beating softly on the shore.