richmond get away

Wesley and I were able to get away this past weekend and go to Richmond for a couple days. It was a short trip, but a great little get away. We spent part of our honeymoon in Richmond, so it will always be a special place. We love its character, history, quaint streets, restaurants and cafes, and eclectic shops. This weekend we re-visited some of the places we went on our honeymoon, and also visited some new places.

Here’s the beautiful view we had from our hotel room–

at night-

One of our favorite coffee shops- Shockoe Espresso & Roastery- in the Shockoe Slip area (really cute, quaint area of town, cobblestone streets, cute shops, etc.)

They roast their own beans! Yummy!! 🙂

Capital of Richmond-

This is one of the coolest buildings in downtown Richmond. I love how this shot captures the old, the new, different materials and textures-

love texture-

more coffee! 🙂

We love to walk along the Canal in downtown. This trip we decided to take a boat tour along the canal. We actually didn’t enjoy the boat ride as much as the canal walk, but here’s a few photos from the ride.

This old draw bridge was pretty cool. It was based off of a design by Leonardo DaVinci.

We also had lots of fun taking pictures of each other! Here’s Wesley with his new 35mm camera. So cute!!

Crazy!!!

This is his Nacho Libre pose 🙂

And here’s me-

Here’s a shot from our honeymoon- over 3 1/2 years ago 🙂

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6 responses to “richmond get away

  1. Myrna Salmon

    I must say, you both look great after 3 1/2 years! Wes, wow, the beard has flourished, cool by the way. Ang, you are just as beautiful as on your wedding day. Looks like marriage becomes you, ha.

  2. angeyprice

    Thanks, mom! We’re definitely blessed.
    Wes actually doesn’t like his beard that thick, but he knows I do. He’s dying to trim it!

  3. Rod Salmon

    That’s my kids! I love my kids! I have beautiful kids! Good looking kids! Cool kids who love Jesus! That’s my kids! Ya.

  4. Tash

    Hey…I love your blog. I cannot believe what an amazing photographer you are. You have quite an eye. Maybe one day…If we are ever in the States again…you can give me lessons. I looked at your business website tonight. Absolutely breathtaking.
    Miss you…

  5. yay jefferson hotel! yay coffee from cobble stone streets! yay canal! yay richmond! yay upstairs neighbors!

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