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        This place. If we were to move, the Pacific Northwest would be where it’d be. A couple months ago we went out to Portland, Oregon to visit some friends of ours, Hannah + Malcom (of Anotherfeather. Ladies, if you aren’t already on board with her stuff, you best get with it) and get a little taste of this gorgeous part of the country. While we were out there, we met up with Brit + Chris, who are originally from Raleigh and share a bunch of mutual friends with us, to do a Cannon Beach engagement shoot. Sorta crazy, right? They hadn’t been out to the coast since moving to Portland and we certainly wanted to see the infamous “Goonies” rock at Cannon Beach. We packed up the rental car and headed out for a little adventure hitting up Cannon Beach for a bit, then moving on to Ecola State Park and then we landed at Hug Point. Each place was unbelievable and each was so unique from other yet they were only a few miles apart from each other. It was all so incredible.

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