Wayfarers Chapel, a gorgeous Church to get married in California

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When you are passionate about what you do, sometimes, even if you’re on vacation, you still think about it.

Even when on roadtrips, I still think about wedding photography.

And this is when on a roadtrip in USA, in LA and about to leave and hit the road for San Diego, in California, that one of my friend there mentionned me that I should check Wayfarers Chapel. This Church is unique, amazing, quite breathtaking… modern but also very natural in the same time.

So, while driving on the coast, I’ve Watch up hills to see if I could see it, but nope, difficult to see it… even my GPS had quite a hard time to find it 🙂

Hidden behind the pine trees, here was a little jewel of architecture, a Church that was soooooo pretty that it made me cry (ok, I’m easily crying sometimes, but this was definitely a beautiful discovery and view) 🙂


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wayfarers chapel

wayfarers chapel

All made in wood and glass, like put there, in the nature, Wayfarers Chapel is about serenity, peace and quietness…. a Church married with its landscape….

wayfarers chapel


wayfarers chapel


wayfarers chapel
wayfarers chapel


wayfarers chapel


wayfarers chapel

And its gardin is as charming as the Church, with an amazing view on the Californian coast !

wayfarers chapel

wayfarers chapel
Definitely a magic place where to celebrate your wedding, and I have to confess that I would love to be back to Wayfarers Chapel, as a traveler, as a photographer, or as a bride ! 🙂

How about you ?


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Hi there


Photographer, traveler, and silly knitter

Alone, driving a car for miles and miles, with a good music playlist, my cameras on the passenger seat.

Witnessing the beauty of a landscape, or the raw feeling of real love, emotions and bonds people may have with each other and sometimes crying just because this is just so beautiful...

That's where my best memories come from... and photos too :)

Andalusian in my heart, I've been dancing sevillanas (flamenco) for more than 12 years, I also spent 2 years living in USA. (I'm deeply in love with Oregon and the Pacific Northwest area)

Native French, I do speak English, and Spanish and love learning about cultural differences

Feel free to contact me  for further informations :)


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