As a photographer or creative you’re under the constant pressure of raising the level of your work and to better yourself after every job. What would you do then realising, that it’s very unlikely that you will be able to get the level of your last work any higher…ever. That realisation came to me when I arrived in Pila in Italy, to scout the location for Jenny and Ken wedding venue…which happened to be locater at about 2100m above the sea level 🙂 All joking aside, I’ve photographed a lot of weddings in amazing places, but never before had the highest peak in Europe ( sadly behind the clouds ) as a backdrop for the wedding ceremony. Add to it amazing people, lovely weather and light and it was one hell of a wedding. Jenny and Ken got married in Italian Alps, and I’ve been counting the days till their wedding for months. I’ve never been to this part of the world, and after googling Aosta Valley, I knew it’s going to be spectacular. Reality, of course was even better. I was there for nearly 3 days, but feel like I’ve seen only a small part of the area, so no doubt I’ll be back soon.
BTW, if you’re dreaming about the venue with a view that will take your breath away, do not look further than Hotel La Chance, it’s just special.