Engelbrektskyrkan, Stockholm October 2016.
” Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.”
Losing someone close is the saddest moment in life. How you decide to let them go can heal you. Life or god if you will can help you through god and bad.
Our Father in heaven
The fall has finally arrived to Stockholm with its crisp air and the shifting of colors witch witnesses of that winter is approaching.
Its Saturday, the sky is grey yet you can see all the beautiful colors that Stockholm has to offer. Paulina and Felipe are about to pledge their woes to each other.
We meet up before the wedding ceremony outside Oaxen on Djurgården. Paulina tells me that this is exactly how she pictured it to be on her and Felipes wedding day.
When I work I know just how I want my photographs to turn out and I am prepared so they don’t have to stand in the cold wether too long.
The Djurgårdskyrka is so beautiful and has a capacity of 80 guests we were total of 110 so the staff had done a great job fitting everybody in, maybe with a little help from upstairs?
Candles were lit everywhere with a big warm welcoming feeling. Everybody was so beautifully dressed and it felt like a celebrity wedding.
I would like to especially thank my assistant Annacecilia Hülphers an upcoming and talented photographer.
There are not many opportunities in life when you get a chance to capture history in the making. To get a glimpse in to the life of the rich and famous.
Well not for most people but in my profession it happens now and then and for that I am truly thankful.
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Happily ever after