As having been initiated as a Block Island wedding photographer. I woke up the morning after Nina & Dan’s wedding with the urge to explore Block Island, and that is exactly what I did. I wasn’t alone; I had my mother with me during this weekend getaway trip. Curtis couldn’t come because of his priestly obligations on Sunday, so I decided that it was time for me and my mother to have some quality time together. If you haven’t figured it out, I’m a momma’s boy.

Anyway, my mother can’t walk too much because of some back issues that she has had over the last couple of years, but we got far enough to see that Block Island is where I want to retire. As a Block Island wedding photographer, I can see the appeal for couples to have their weddings here. It’s such a great little island. We went on the cusp of the seasons, so there were enough people around but not an overwhelming amount. I know Curtis would have loved going because one of his favorite theologians, William Stringfellow, had a home there for a while with his partner.

Enjoy these pretty pictures with captions.

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She wanted to take home some rocks and draw Block Island on them. 

Most people either rent bicycles or mopeds to get around the 7 mile island. block-island-wedding-photographer

This is where I want to sit when I retire and just enjoy a nice cup of sweet tea. Yes, I know it’s not the south, but it’s resembles it a bit. 

As dominicans, we had to play a couple of rounds of Dominoes.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this as much as I did. Until next time. If you are looking for a Block Island wedding photographer, don’t hesitate to contact me.