Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

Aimee and Ross’s wedding adventure is a hard one to sum up into words. The Okavango Delta is a magical place for them, and having spent time with them there, we completely understand why. To truly understand the magnitude of what they pulled off with this wedding, you would need to understand the logistics of 150 people being keen to travel up into the middle of nowhere for your wedding. To arrange tables, chairs, a marquee, decor, drink, DJs, food and music, when the nearest town is a nearly 6 hour drive away on a road with more potholes and donkeys than actual road, and the last stretch to Guma Lagoon needing good clearance and 4×4. To understand the amazing community they have, you would need to see how so many people pitched in for days before the actual wedding to help turn a stunning fishing camp at the edge of the Delta into a magical wedding spot. To properly understand the level of energy and stoke for life this group of people have you would need to see the insane parties that happened not only the night of the wedding (which ended with a spectacular motobike blowout), but the nights leading up to the wedding, the shirts thrown to the rafters and the new best friends that were made. And Aimee and Ross’ love? One they have shared from childhood? Let’s hope out pictures can do all of this justice x

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Andy & Szerdi on Instagram

  • When there is a big window with some cool view reflected, I am compelled to shoot through it ☺️
  • My face when I’m expecting it to be choc chip but it’s actually raisins 😂
  • Just blogged the Town Hall wedding of this smoking babe 🔥
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  • Leigh rocking it in @mccarthywolff
  • Pat Busch has to be one of the most exquisite backdrops for a wedding!
  • 31 amazing couples shared the first step in their big adventure with us in 2019. 31 couples counted us among their closest friends and family to witness this first step. 31 couples trusted us to document the start of this new adventure for them - and to do it in a way that would honour who they are  so that in years to come they would be able to look back at these fleeting moments. What an absolute honour and privilege it was to be a part of every one of them 💜
  • Top Nine of ‘19 according to the gram. But this only scratches the surface of this year. Longer, more rambling and philosophical post will follow closer to the end of the year when we have had some much needed downtime to reflect and veg and stuff. This also sees us officially signing off for the year from the rigorous posting necessitated by the IG algorithm monster so will only post when and if  I feel like it. Damn the algorithm man! (Well, till the new year anyway...)
  • We always love a good little silhouette shot, particularly when the sky is doing interesting things for us ☺️
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We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • This weekend exceeded all expectations! 🙌 Sooo many good bands, the friendliest people, and delicious veggie food. The mud and rain even made it a proper English festival experience 🌧 This was our first @downloadfest and we WILL be back! Thank you @the_szerd for enjoying the same noisy music as me and always being my band buddy 😘
  • This summer in Europe has been epic for bands so far! Another one from our “must-see” band list. Alice in Chains 🔥 Definite highlights were this song, Them Bones, and Nutshell, which Jerry Cantrell dedicated to Layne Stayley. Totes emosch 😥 @aliceinchains
  • I played bass for a long time and this man was my bass crush 😍 #justinchancellor was worth every second of the 20 year wait to watch this man play 🙌 ... and I got his plectrum ! That’s getting framed.
  • Tool 🙌 I waited 20 years to see this band and it finally happened last night in Berlin, of all places. They were a massive influence on my own band and were actually one of the reasons @the_szerd and I started dating over 15 years ago. I even played in a Tool tribute band back in the day. Excellent times!
  • People watching from the shade.
  • Exploring the narrow streets and alleyways of Stone Town, Zanzibar. This place reminds us so much of the old part of Jeddah with the African/Arab cross culture and architecture.
  • It may be “sun’s out, guns out”, but it’s “balls out” at sunset when the heat finally let’s up.
  • Excellent vibe on what’s left of the beach at high tide.
  • Ocean and people watching from a shadey spot. The guy on the right, dressed in tradition Masai garb, is David. We had along chat about tattoos before he sold me a bracelet.
  • Dear god it’s hot. But also quite nice.
  • Hello Zanzibar 🤗 Can’t wait to get in that water!
  • We’re a hazard when we’re walking the streets cus we’re always looking up and bumping into people. Obsessed with the beautiful Dutch architecture!

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