Today’s blog post is not about weddings or engagement sessions, but rather about artistic expression and a creative journey by San Diego wedding photographer Ian Andrew. We love that Ian took some time out of his hectic schedule to just step outside the office and connect with his surroundings and his love of photography. The Balboa Park images that he captured are wonderful, and we hope that you take a moment to enjoy the images and the journey that Ian took around the Balboa Park last week.
“Last week I decided enough with this sitting behind my desk and staring at a computer for hours on end. I needed to get out and step away from work for a bit. I wanted to get away and go shoot something. I decided the Balboa Park was the spot. I spent about 5 hours just walking around, taking pictures and just relaxing.”
See more of Ian’s Balboa Park images.
You can also see more of Ian’s wedding photography work on SnapKnot, where he is featured as a Premium wedding photographer.
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P.P.S. Did you know that the Balboa Park was placed in reserve in 1835, making it one of the oldest sites in the United States dedicated to public recreational use?1 comment