THE WEDDING FILES: HAPPY HONEYMOON NEWS, PART TWO
Remember last week when I told you how I had been swooning over photos of Iceland for a while? Well I wasn't kidding when I said they were everywhere. Just this morning I stumbled across this great post on the NYTimes' blog, Lens, about a new documentary being filmed in the country. Artists Lindsay Blatt and Paul Taggart have decided to film the beautiful age-old autumnal custom of rounding up Iceland's wild horses--a breed found only on the island country that has a unique and fiercely protected genetic makeup.
The film looks beautiful and (if possible) makes me even more excited to embark on this adventure with my fiance. If you would like to learn more about the project you can read the article here and contribute to their Kickstarter project here.