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Shoots on a 350ft Cliff

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  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff
  • Shoots on a 350ft Cliff

People must be quite in love with heights when they ask Photographer Jay Philbrick to take pictures of them onto the face of a cliff, 350 feet above the ground. Philbrick started his career as a professional mountain guide before picking up a camera and starting a photography business. He takes his clients to Echo Lake State Park in New Hampshire, where the 700-foot Cathedral Ledge looms over the lake. With climbing gear, he carefully lowers his subjects onto a small outcropping on the face of the cliff, about 350 feet up.

So if you up for some real different wedding shots, per- or post wedding shoot, get in contact with him. Find more images here.

Where phantasy becomes reality

The good old man great known for his sense of humor and phantasy offers today his former house, the castle “Münchhausen”, as one of the nicest wedding location to the people in love. A perfect location to assist my friend Chris on another wedding shoot.

With all the stories he made up I really hope that people get away inspired by the phantasy of “Baron von Münchhausen” rather than to tell another lie.

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Married. Chateau de Santeny. Paris

As mentioned before in one of my earlier posts, my friend Chris asked me to assist her as a second shooter on the wedding of Alex and Ben at Chateau de Santeny – Paris. The trip was truly amazing. We shot some great images in one of the most beautiful location – Chateau de Santeny – with one of the most beautiful couples I ever met. Chris and myself spend an extra day after the wedding in Paris and enjoyed this fantastic city. To see the full collection of wedding shots and read the story about Ben and Alex please go to http://www.chrisspiraphotography.com/

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