Back to the scene of the crime.

Scott and I returned to the location of our wedding for the first time in three years, and it was just as breathtaking as the day we were married.

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Mount Harmon Plantation

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We were visiting for the Lotus Blossom festival – huge swarms of lotus blossoms everywhere!

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Beautiful brick wall in the boxwood garden.

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Some handsome boys on said beautiful brick wall. Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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Also in that same beautiful boxwood garden. Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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This photo breaks my heart. We walked under this tree during our ceremony. And courtesy of storms that ripped through during this past June, the tree is now 2/3 gone.

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Walking under that beautiful tree. Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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This tree also took a hard hit. So devastating.

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Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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Three years later.

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With my lovely bridesmaids. Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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And with my lovely mother-in-law.

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Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

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Photo by Brooke Courtney Mousetis.

It was a whirlwind of a day, and I wouldn’t change a thing – even the torrential downpours and tornadoes that came through.

We loved returning to the scene of the crime, and if you ever get a chance to spend time in rural Maryland, I highly recommend the drive to Mount Harmon. It’s absolutely stunning.

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4 thoughts on “Back to the scene of the crime.

  1. Thank you for the beautiful pictures to go along with your blog. I did not get a chance to speak with you on Saturday, wish I could have welcomed you in person. The staff and tree crew worked hard to get everything in shape for the Lotus Blossom Festival after the devastating storm. We are happy to have you as a fan.
    Debbie Brown, Site Coordinator
    Mount Harmon Plantation

  2. We are the new social media interns for Mount Harmon Plantation. While doing research we stumbled across your page and love all your photographs. Please email us back about being able to use these photographs for the new Mount Harmon Pinterest Page. We look forward to hearing from you!

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