After a relaxing day wandering Key West (and playing with the kitties at the Hemingway Home… see one of Em’s instagrams here) we met up with Cindy + Alan to visit some of their favorite parts of the town and take some portraits minus the crazy atmosphere of the wedding day. To beat the heat we had a snack at Kermit’s Key Lime Shoppe, where we discovered that chocolate covered key lime pie on a stick, while it sounds unappealing, is ridiculously delicious. Cindy + Alan already knew this, of course, so they laughed at us a bit.
Wandering through the streets of Key West on a Sunday afternoon was a different experience from the business of Duval Street on a Friday night. Without many cars the roads are quiet; most of the tourists were probably still sleeping off their hangovers (at least until the party started up again after sundown!). Spending a couple of hours with the newlyweds as they kissed and cuddled was a perfect way to end such a happy and fun weekend.
Click below to see a few of our favorites and click here to see Cindy + Alan’s Wedding! (You can also click here to be notified when their full wedding gallery is available.)
Alan found some roosters hanging around; later we heard wolf whistles from down the street, which turned out to be this parrot thinking Cindy was hot stuff in her wedding dress!
Thanks for checking out Cindy + Alan’s Day After Session! Feel free to leave the happy couple some honeymoon love by commenting below! xoxo Em + Steve
Such a beautiful collection! I love the lighting, and the tender grasp he has on the small of her back. Great capture on the sensitivity of their love.
Great backdrops make for unique photos, and you use them so well. And chocolate covered key lime pie sounds good to me!
So glad we could play a small part in Cindy & Alan’s special day. Beautiful photos of a beautiful couple!
Love and paradise just seem to go together – great photographs and I’m sure in the years to come they will look upon them and smile (and then get this incredible urge for some great Key Lime Pie!). Thank you and thanks to Cindy & Alan for sharing the pictures; may the two of them forever capture the love and joy held in the photographs within their hearts.
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