snowy days, puppies + birds + into the woods: adventures in lucern, switzerland.

Travel & Personal
March 12, 2017

sometimes los angeles can get claustrophobic + hot + icky + lots of other choice words.

it’s nice to get out.

like, really nice.

i spent the first week of february in the sleepy town of lucerne in the always enchanting [+ clean] switzerland.

favorites moments consisted of bird watching, sunsets on the lake, views from above + a perfect hike in the woods right after snow. i met deer + a couple of cute pups.

i came home with too much chocolate + a few photos that i’d love to share with you below:

European Destination Wedding Photographer // Lucerne, Luzern Switzerland

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