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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
February 6, 2024
The Adventure Theory Guide to Adventurous Elopements

The Enchanting Elopements at Colorado's Alpine Lakes.

In recent years, elopements have soared in popularity as couples seek intimate and meaningful ways to exchange vows. Whether you’re dreaming of a secluded mountain peak, a picturesque lakeside, or a hidden forest glen, elopements offer the perfect opportunity to celebrate your love in a way that truly reflects your unique bond. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the art of elopement planning with us, exploring everything from intimate elopements with just you and your partner to larger celebrations with your nearest and dearest.

Planning an Elopement with Just You and Your Partner:

Elopements have traditionally been synonymous with a couple fleeing to marry in secret. However, modern elopements have evolved into intentional, intimate celebrations focused solely on the couple’s love and commitment. Planning an elopement with just you and your partner offers the ultimate opportunity for intimacy and adventure. Imagine exchanging vows atop a rugged cliff, with nothing but the vast expanse of nature as your witness. From choosing the perfect location to crafting personalized vows, the key to planning an elopement for two lies in embracing your unique connection and creating a celebration that authentically reflects your love story.

Planning an Elopement with Just Your Loved Ones:

While eloping with just your partner offers unparalleled intimacy, some couples may choose to include a small group of loved ones in their celebration. This intimate gathering, often referred to as a micro-wedding, allows couples to share their special day with a select few while still maintaining the essence of an elopement. Planning an elopement with loved ones involves striking a balance between intimacy and inclusivity. Whether you’re exchanging vows in a secluded forest clearing or by the shores of a tranquil lake, the focus remains on the love shared between you and your partner, with your closest friends and family members by your side to witness and support your union.

The Difference Between Elopement and Micro-Wedding:

The terms “elopement” and “micro-wedding” are often used interchangeably, but there are subtle differences between the two. An elopement typically involves just the couple exchanging vows in a private or intimate setting, with little to no guests present. Micro-weddings, on the other hand, are small-scale weddings with a limited guest list, usually consisting of close family and friends. While both elopements and micro-weddings offer an alternative to traditional large-scale weddings, elopements prioritize intimacy and spontaneity, while micro-weddings provide a more structured celebration with a small group of loved ones.

The Planning Process:

Regardless of whether you choose to elope with just your partner or include loved ones in your celebration, the planning process for an elopement requires careful consideration and attention to detail. Start by selecting a location that speaks to your sense of adventure and reflects your unique relationship. Consider factors such as accessibility, weather, and permits when choosing your elopement venue. Once you’ve chosen your location, work with vendors who specialize in elopements and share your vision for an intimate celebration. From photographers who capture the raw emotion of your day to florists who create stunning bouquets and boutonnieres, assembling a team of talented professionals is essential to bringing your elopement vision to life.

In addition to selecting vendors, you’ll also need to consider logistics such as transportation, accommodations, and any necessary permits or licenses. If you’re planning an elopement in a remote or wilderness location, be sure to plan for any safety precautions and pack accordingly for the journey. Finally, don’t forget to take some time to create meaningful traditions and rituals that reflect your relationship and the significance of your commitment to one another.

Preparing for the Hike – Gear Up for Adventure:

Eloping in the Rockies often involves a hike to reach those secluded alpine gems. Gear up with our hiking preparation guide, covering essentials like footwear, weather-appropriate clothing, and snacks. Whether you’re a seasoned trailblazer or a hiking novice, we’ve got you covered with practical advice to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey to your chosen lake.

Your Elevated Love Story Begins:

As you embark on the adventure of Alpine Lake Elopements in Colorado, remember that your love story deserves a backdrop as awe-inspiring as your commitment. With careful planning, thoughtful details, and a touch of adventure, your elopement in the Rockies will be a celebration that not only elevates your love but creates memories that last a lifetime.

Book Us for Your Dream Elopement:

If the idea of an elopement at a Colorado alpine lake resonates with you, then we would be honored to capture your special day. Our team’s passion for adventure, paired with our extensive knowledge of Colorado’s alpine landscapes, ensures that no location is too far or too difficult to access. We believe that every couple deserves the opportunity to live out their elopement dreams in one of nature’s most awe-inspiring settings.

Whether you’re dreaming of an intimate ceremony for two or a small gathering with your closest loved ones, elopements offer a unique and meaningful way to celebrate your love. By embracing the principles of Adventure Theory and prioritizing intimacy, authenticity, and adventure, you can create a wedding day that truly reflects your unique bond and sets the stage for a lifetime of love and adventure. So, grab your partner’s hand and embark on this incredible journey together

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We are Adventure Theory, LLC. 

We offer a unique and thrilling experience for those seeking  travel tips, adventurous  photography or elopements.

We are an experienced team of professionals, capturing stunning photos and providing personalized service for every client.

With a focus on adventure, we strive to create unforgettable moments that will last a lifetime.

Our travel blog provides tips and insights for exploring new destinations and experiencing new cultures.

At Adventure Theory Media, we believe that life is an adventure and we are excited to share that philosophy with you through our travel blog, and adventurous photography.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
January 25, 2024
The BEST things to do in Okinawa: Your Ultimate Travel Guide

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Introduction to Okinawa

This is your Ultimate Okinawa Travel Guide. Okinawa is a vibrant island prefecture of Japan nestled in the azure waters of the East China Sea. The “Hawaii of Japan” boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. Our family (On our mom’s side) is from this part of the world. We had the pleasure of living here for 9+ years. With a lineage steeped in the Ryukyu Kingdom, Okinawa’s unique cultural identity has changed dramatically over centuries. The Okinawan culture blends indigenous traditions with influences from China, Southeast Asia, and Japan. This enchanting destination is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Shuri Castle, representing the heart of Ryukyuan history and the Yanbaru forest up north representing the unique natural landscape of this part of the world. Okinawa’s world-famous longevity (It boasts more centenarians than any other part of the world)  is often attributed to its healthy lifestyle and nutritious diet, highlighted by iconic dishes like Goya Champuru and Rafute. Visitors to Okinawa are captivated by its stunning landscapes, diving and cuisine. The warm hospitality and resilient spirit of its people is another amazing aspect of this island making it a captivating destination for those seeking a harmonious blend of history, culture, and culinary delights.

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Top things to do in Okinawa

#1

Gusuku Sites and Related Properties of the Kingdom of Ryukyu

#2

SCUBA DIVING

Okinawa is one of the best locations in the world if you are a SCUBA diver.

#3

Attend Festivals

Cherry Blossom Festivals, Art Festivals, Tug O' War Festival, Dragon Boat Racing Festival,

#4

Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium

#5

Eat and Drink Where the Locals Eat and Drink

#6

Take a Road Trip

#7

Go to the Beach

#8

Visit the Okinawa War Memorial and WWII sites around the island

#9

Experience Okinawa Culture and Craft

#10

Shopping...of course

Local foods to eat

#1

Soba

This famous dish has noodles that are made from wheat flour and features a flavorful soup made from pork ribs and katsuobushi (bonito flakes). While there are many varieties of Okinawa soba, the most popular is "soki soba". This dish is topped with sweet-and-spicy spare ribs (soki) for a hearty meal.

#2

Jushi

Jushi (rice stew) is a popular feature of Okinawa soba sets. Ingredients include pork belly, carrots, hijiki (dark seaweed), and shiitake mushrooms, which are steamed with the rice using pork juices and a konbu (kelp) broth reduction. Depending on the way it is prepared, it is also called "boroborojushi", "kufajushi", and other names. This staple dish appears in a wide variety of contexts, from celebratory events to home cooking.

#3

Goya

Goya (bitter melon) is the representative Okinawan vegetable. "Goya" is the Okinawan name, but it is referred to as "nigauri" in standard Japanese. Full of vitamin C, this highly nutritious vegetable is eaten to ward off fatigue in the summer. The unique bitterness is hard to get used to at first, but as you continue eating, you will inevitably become hooked, and eventually, the flavor will only serve to increase your appetite! Goya chanpuru is a popular dish that uses goya. This Okinawan home cooking recipe consists of goya stir-fried with firm shimadofu and spam.

#4

Umibudo

Umibudo (sea grapes) is a kind of seaweed that grows in warm waters. Okinawa is the number one producer of umibudo in all of Japan. Umibudo's unique row upon row of small green beads has led to it also being referred to as "green caviar".

#5

Gurukun

Gurukun (fusilier fish), or "takasago" in standard Japanese, is an indispensable food item in Okinawan home cooking. A notable feature of this fish is that while in the ocean, it has a bluish-green color reminiscent of the waters around Okinawa, but it takes on a beautiful reddish hue once brought on land. It is so prevalent in Okinawa that it was even chosen as the prefectural fish! While tasty as sashimi or stewed, the most common way of preparing gurukun there is deep-frying. The white fish is light and has a mild scent, making it perfect for frying. Gurukun spoils quickly, so it is rarely prepared as sashimi, although the fish's unique aroma makes it extremely tasty when eaten this way. Freshly-caught gurukun is everywhere in Okinawa, so be sure to give it a try.

#5

Rafute

Rafute is pork belly stewed Okinawan-style with a soy sauce base and tare. This traditional dish was greatly valued in the times of the Ryukyu Kingdom as a way of preserving food. What separates rafute from normal stewed pork is the inclusion of awamori. Awamori has a much higher alcohol content compared to sake (a type of Japanese alcohol) and makes the meat very tender. Rafute is stewed with brown sugar and soy sauce for a sweet-and-spicy flavor, and the skin has a sublime, melt-in-your-mouth softness. The flavor is rich and deep, and the thorough stewing process reduces any excess pork fat, resulting in a surprisingly healthy creation. Rafute is offered when entertaining guests and is a must for special occasions.

#6

Agu Pork

Agu pork is native to Okinawa. The Agu pig's small size and low numbers make it highly valuable, and its characteristically well-marbled meat melts in your mouth. The fat is sweet and contains three times the amount of glutamic acid, the source of umami (Japanese savory taste), of regular pork. Furthermore, the fat consists almost exclusively of collagen, so it is quite healthy. This meat also contains amino acids, good for recovering from fatigue. There are many ways to enjoy this meat, such as shabu-shabu (sliced meat parboiled with vegetables), perfect for savoring the flavors of the meat itself, or the traditional dish [Minudaru], which features tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet) covered in sesame sauce and then steamed.

#7

Taco Rice

Taco Rice is said to have been invented in Okinawa in the 1980s by a Japanese restaurant owner wanting to cater to the taste of the American soldiers visiting his restaurant. Observing the fact that many of them seemed to love tacos, he put a Japanese twist on this dish, which is quick and easy to make. The base ingredients are ground beef, lettuce, cheese, and tomatoes served on rice. The ground beef is seasoned with typical taco meat spices, making it reminiscent of the Tex-Mex dish.

#8

Sata Andagi - Okinawan Doughnut

Sata Andagi is often refered to as the Okinawan doughnut. They are small, dense and crunchy deep-fried cake balls. Their texture and flavor is reminiscent of old fashioned doughnuts. Black sugar, or molasses, is the star ingredient in Sata Andagi. It gives it a sweet and smoky flavor. The most common Sata Adangi are plain, but they do also come in typical Okinawan flavors such as purple sweet potato.

#9

Chinsuko - Okinawa's Most Popular Souvenir

Chinsuko are a famous souvenir to bring home from Okinawa. They are oval-shaped cookies made with wheat flour, sugar, and lard. In flavor, chinsuko are reminiscent of shortbread cookies, but are much more fragile and melt on your tongue as soon as you bite into them. Chinsuko are often found in plain, black sugar and sea salt flavors. Salt cookies are generally common in Okinawa. The sea salt really brings out the flavor and cuts through the sweetness.

#10

Shikuwasa - The Refreshing Taste of Okinawa

The shikuwasa is a small green citrus fruit native to Okinawa and Taiwan. Its flavor profile is somewhere between a lemon and a grapefruit, and it is mainly used to flavor dishes in a similar way to lemon and lime. Shikuwasa is a flavor strongly associated with Okinawa, and shikuwasa-flavored items include everything from drinks to ice cream to salad dressing.

History of Okinawa

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Provide more information that we have gathered and can just provide some cool information and fun facts that we want to talk about the history and UNESCO sites. 

Itinerary


People probably most care about itinerary and things to do first so I would have that posted here. If you want to post multiple options like 1-2 days, 3-5 days, 5-9 days and 14 plus days that might be helpful or we can just do a generic 7 day itinerary initially. We would want to share what we have done or things that are recommended but didn’t have time to do ourselves. whatever we want really.

Conclusion:

Might be useful to give our opinion of what we liked, didn’t like, what we would do differently. Maybe we can provide how much we spent or just whatever we want to say as final thoughts. 

Mitchell: Welcome to the Adventure Theory Podcast

Brendan: Today we will be talking about the “Hawaii of Japan” Okinawa.

Mitchell: We have lived in Japan for 5 years and our parents lived in Okinawa for almost 10 years.

Brendan: we have a few insights, recommendations and ideas that might help your next trip to Okinawa

Mitchell: it’s truly an underappreciated gem of a vacation spot, let’s get this started.

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We are Adventure Theory, LLC. 

We offer a unique and thrilling experience for those seeking  travel tips, adventurous  photography or elopements.

We are an experienced team of professionals, capturing stunning photos and providing personalized service for every client.

With a focus on adventure, we strive to create unforgettable moments that will last a lifetime.

Our travel blog provides tips and insights for exploring new destinations and experiencing new cultures.

At Adventure Theory Media, we believe that life is an adventure and we are excited to share that philosophy with you through our travel blog, and adventurous photography.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
December 9, 2022
Santorini in the Off-Season

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First, a little bit about Santorini. It’s an island located in the Aegean Sea and is part of the Cyclades group of islands. It’s known for its stunningly beautiful views, with white-washed buildings, blue-domed churches, and crystal-clear waters. It’s also home to a number of ancient ruins, including the city of Akrotiri, which was buried in ash during a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC.

But while Santorini is a popular destination during the peak tourist season, it’s also a great place to visit during the off season. The weather is still beautiful, with warm days and cool evenings, and there are fewer crowds. This means you can really take your time and enjoy all that Santorini has to offer without feeling rushed.

One of the best things to do in Santorini during the off season is to explore the island’s many beaches. The most famous of these is Red Beach, so named for the reddish hue of the volcanic rock that surrounds it. But there are also plenty of other beautiful beaches to choose from, like Perissa Beach, which has black sand and crystal-clear waters, or Kamari Beach, which is popular for its laid-back atmosphere and water sports.

Another must-do in Santorini is to visit the island’s many wineries. Santorini is known for its distinctive wines, which are made from the indigenous grape varieties grown on the island. You can take a tour of a winery and learn about the history and production of Santorini wines, and of course, taste a few for yourself.

If you’re looking for a bit of history, there are several ancient ruins to visit in Santorini. The most famous of these is the city of Akrotiri, which was buried in ash during the volcanic eruption. You can visit the site and see the well-preserved ruins of buildings, streets, and even frescoes.

Of course, no trip to Santorini would be complete without experiencing its famous sunsets. The best place to do this is from Oia, a town on the northern tip of the island. Here, you can watch the sun set over the caldera, the huge crater created by the volcanic eruption. It’s a truly breathtaking sight.

While everyone’s experience in Santorini will be different and personal, there are a few things that are generally considered not-to-be-missed. These include:

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Things to do

Day 1

Rent a car and drive

Cost us only 13 Euros a day

Ancient Thera and Akrotiri

Day 2

Visit the town of Fira

Hike a Volcano

Sunset in Oia

Shopping

The hike from Fira to Oia

Photoshoot in imerovigli

Santo-Wines

The Beaches

Places to eat

If you have time to kill

Go around the island taking pictures of all the different doors. Literally did not find a single one that was the same as another.

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Final thoughts

Of course, these are just suggestions and you may find other things that you enjoy more. The best way to experience Santorini is to explore and see what catches your interest.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
April 22, 2021
Custom Shoots

We typically follow a set of steps to prepare for a styled photoshoot. These may include:

  1. Research and gather inspiration: We start by researching their subject matter and gathering inspiration from other photographers, magazines, and other sources. This helps us understand what has been done before and to come up with creative ideas for the photoshoot.
  2. Plan the shoot: Once we have a clear idea of what they want to achieve, we will begin to plan the shoot. This may include scouting locations, arranging props and accessories, and planning out the composition and lighting for each shot.
  3. Communicate with the client: It is important we communicate with you to ensure that they understand the client’s vision and can deliver the desired results. This may involve discussing the theme, style, and overall feel of the photoshoot, as well as any specific requests or requirements the client may have.
  4. Gather the necessary equipment: We will also need to gather all the necessary equipment, including cameras, lenses, lighting equipment, and other accessories. We may also need to hire models, stylists, or other professionals to assist with the shoot.
  5. Set up and test the equipment: Before the photoshoot begins, we will set up and test their equipment to ensure that everything is working properly. This may include setting up lighting and background equipment, testing cameras and lenses, and making any necessary adjustments.
  6. Direct the shoot: During the photoshoot, we will direct the models or subjects, adjusting poses and compositions to achieve the desired results. We may also give creative direction and make adjustments to lighting and other technical aspects of the shoot.

By following these steps, we try ensure that we are prepared and ready to create high-quality, creative images for their clients.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
April 22, 2021
Senior Pictures

As a professional photographer, preparing for a senior photoshoot involves a number of important steps. First and foremost, I always make sure to communicate with the client beforehand to get a sense of their style, preferences, and any specific ideas they may have for the photoshoot. This helps me to tailor the shoot to their specific needs and ensures that we are able to capture the images they are looking for.

Once I have a clear understanding of the client’s needs, I begin to plan the details of the photoshoot. This includes scouting locations, choosing the right equipment, and making any necessary arrangements or reservations. I also like to spend some time researching and gathering inspiration, whether it be through browsing online portfolios or studying the work of other photographers. This helps me to stay creative and come up with new and innovative ideas for the photoshoot.

On the day of the shoot, I always arrive early to set up and make sure everything is in place. I take the time to get to know the client and make them feel comfortable, as this helps to create a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere for the photoshoot. During the shoot, I strive to be both professional and creative, constantly looking for new angles, lighting, and compositions to capture the best possible images.

Overall, preparing for a senior photoshoot involves a combination of careful planning, communication, and creativity. By taking the time to properly prepare and execute the shoot, I am able to deliver high-quality, professional, and creative images that my clients will cherish for years to come.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
April 22, 2021
Family Pictures

Each session we organize is unique. We may be take them in a studio or on location, I try to have a mix between posed and candid shots. I want to capture memories and celebrate the relationships within your family.

I will work with you all to pose in ways that are flattering and natural. They may also capture candid shots of your family interacting and having fun (I’ll try to prompt it lol). Of course let me know if you have a preference of what kind of style you like!

Let me know if this family photoshoot  is to mark a special occasion such as a milestone birthday or a holiday, or if this is simply to have updated photographs of your family.

Regardless of the reason, a family photoshoot is a great way to capture memories and celebrate the bond between family members.

if you have pricing/budget concerns I am sure I can work with you. Let me know and shoot me an e-mail!

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
April 22, 2021
Professional Headshots

When preparing for a headshot photoshoot, I take the time to carefully plan and prepare in order to ensure that the final images are of the highest quality and meet the needs of the client. This includes communicating with the client beforehand to discuss their specific goals and needs for the photoshoot, as well as researching and gathering inspiration to help me come up with creative ideas.

On the day of the shoot, I arrive early to set up and make sure everything is in place. I take the time to get to know the client and put them at ease, as this helps to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for the photoshoot. During the shoot, I focus on capturing natural and authentic images that showcase the client’s unique personality and character.

What sets me apart as a professional photographer is my ability to connect with my clients and create a comfortable and enjoyable atmosphere for the photoshoot. I am also highly skilled in lighting and composition, which allows me to capture high-quality, professional headshot images that my clients can use for a variety of professional purposes.

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Mitchell & Brendan Phelps
March 27, 2021
Couples

These types of photoshoots are often used to document important milestones in a relationship, such as engagements, weddings, and anniversaries, or simply to celebrate the love and connection between two people.

When preparing for a couples photoshoot, I take the time to carefully plan and prepare in order to ensure that the final images are of the highest quality and meet the needs of the clients. This includes communicating with the couple beforehand to discuss their specific goals and needs for the photoshoot, as well as researching and gathering inspiration to help me come up with creative ideas.

On the day of the shoot, I arrive early to set up and make sure everything is in place. I take the time to get to know the couple and put them at ease, as this helps to create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for the photoshoot. During the shoot, I focus on capturing natural and authentic images that showcase the couple’s unique personality and connection.

What sets me apart as a professional photographer is my ability to connect with my clients and create a comfortable and enjoyable atmosphere for the photoshoot. I am also highly skilled in lighting and composition, which allows me to capture high-quality, professional images that my clients can treasure for years to come.

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