piercethroughthedark:

Ben Chrisman
"When Ben was a little kid, he wrote down in a book what he wanted to be when he grew up. Photographer.He borrowed his mom’s film camera. He photographed his family, his friends, the high-school kids for the yearbook. He studied photojournalism and worked for several newspapers in New Mexico, his home state. He traveled to Indonesiaand Sri Lanka to photograph the devastation from the tsunami. He planned to go to Iraq to become a war photographer. But then at 27, he luckily decided to photograph a few weddings in Santa Fe.Those few weddings led him to start traveling for weddings all over the world. In Mexico, he met a girl named Erin, also a photographer. They moved to San Francisco and married two years later in Las Vegas. Two weeks after that they got married again in Campeche, Mexico.Mexico was the big party, with lots of photographers and a lot of former clients with whom Ben and Erin have become close. You can see their wedding film here. Today, along with their three great friends, Dave, Aaron andMauricio, they work really hard to give their couples photographs that transcend wedding photography.It’s exactly what Ben has always wanted. He’s a very lucky guy. And he’d still go to Iraq, but only if you’re getting married there. Ben and Erin live in the Oakland hills overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay.”
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piercethroughthedark:

Ben Chrisman
"When Ben was a little kid, he wrote down in a book what he wanted to be when he grew up. Photographer.He borrowed his mom’s film camera. He photographed his family, his friends, the high-school kids for the yearbook. He studied photojournalism and worked for several newspapers in New Mexico, his home state. He traveled to Indonesiaand Sri Lanka to photograph the devastation from the tsunami. He planned to go to Iraq to become a war photographer. But then at 27, he luckily decided to photograph a few weddings in Santa Fe.Those few weddings led him to start traveling for weddings all over the world. In Mexico, he met a girl named Erin, also a photographer. They moved to San Francisco and married two years later in Las Vegas. Two weeks after that they got married again in Campeche, Mexico.Mexico was the big party, with lots of photographers and a lot of former clients with whom Ben and Erin have become close. You can see their wedding film here. Today, along with their three great friends, Dave, Aaron andMauricio, they work really hard to give their couples photographs that transcend wedding photography.It’s exactly what Ben has always wanted. He’s a very lucky guy. And he’d still go to Iraq, but only if you’re getting married there. Ben and Erin live in the Oakland hills overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay.”
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piercethroughthedark:

Ben Chrisman
"When Ben was a little kid, he wrote down in a book what he wanted to be when he grew up. Photographer.He borrowed his mom’s film camera. He photographed his family, his friends, the high-school kids for the yearbook. He studied photojournalism and worked for several newspapers in New Mexico, his home state. He traveled to Indonesiaand Sri Lanka to photograph the devastation from the tsunami. He planned to go to Iraq to become a war photographer. But then at 27, he luckily decided to photograph a few weddings in Santa Fe.Those few weddings led him to start traveling for weddings all over the world. In Mexico, he met a girl named Erin, also a photographer. They moved to San Francisco and married two years later in Las Vegas. Two weeks after that they got married again in Campeche, Mexico.Mexico was the big party, with lots of photographers and a lot of former clients with whom Ben and Erin have become close. You can see their wedding film here. Today, along with their three great friends, Dave, Aaron andMauricio, they work really hard to give their couples photographs that transcend wedding photography.It’s exactly what Ben has always wanted. He’s a very lucky guy. And he’d still go to Iraq, but only if you’re getting married there. Ben and Erin live in the Oakland hills overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay.”
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piercethroughthedark:

Ben Chrisman

"When Ben was a little kid, he wrote down in a book what he wanted to be when he grew up. Photographer.
He borrowed his mom’s film camera. He photographed his family, his friends, the high-school kids for the yearbook. He studied photojournalism and worked for several newspapers in New Mexico, his home state. He traveled to Indonesiaand Sri Lanka to photograph the devastation from the tsunami. He planned to go to Iraq to become a war photographer. But then at 27, he luckily decided to photograph a few weddings in Santa Fe.
Those few weddings led him to start traveling for weddings all over the world. In Mexico, he met a girl named Erin, also a photographer. They moved to San Francisco and married two years later in Las Vegas. Two weeks after that they got married again in CampecheMexico.
Mexico was the big party, with lots of photographers and a lot of former clients with whom Ben and Erin have become close. You can see their wedding film here. Today, along with their three great friends, DaveAaron andMauricio, they work really hard to give their couples photographs that transcend wedding photography.
It’s exactly what Ben has always wanted. He’s a very lucky guy. And he’d still go to Iraq, but only if you’re getting married there. Ben and Erin live in the Oakland hills overlooking the beautiful San Francisco Bay.”

libertyglory:

…tenemos el poder de convertir esta vida en una maravillosa aventura, pero hemos perdido el rumbo el maquinismo que crea abundancia nos ha dejado en la nesesidad nuestro conocimiento nos ha hecho duros y secos pensamos mucho y sentimos muy poco-Charles Chaplin en el Gran Dictador
Hemos perdido la esperanza en que el limite sean solamente las estrellas

libertyglory:

…tenemos el poder de convertir esta vida en una maravillosa aventura, pero hemos perdido el rumbo el maquinismo que crea abundancia nos ha dejado en la nesesidad nuestro conocimiento nos ha hecho duros y secos pensamos mucho y sentimos muy poco-Charles Chaplin en el Gran Dictador

Hemos perdido la esperanza en que el limite sean solamente las estrellas