Posts Tagged ‘downtown san diego’
A luxurious night was hosted by three non Profit organizations to celebrate the Jewish festival of Chanukah at Sway Lounge in downtown San Diego. The theme was Black and Gold and everyone got dressed up to celebrate. The event celebrated the eight-day holiday also known as the Festival of Lights.
The holiday symbolizes the miracles that took place thousands of years ago during the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. As time goes by, tradition will continue to be passed on from one generation to the next.
Everyone in attendance had a bright and energetic smile as the night flowed on.
Here Alon David Photography catches these moments as they unfold. These are moments of new friendships and new faces that will undoubtedly stay with everyone for many years to come.
While people posed for the camera, you can see just how candid and comfortable everyone was in such a fantastic environment. The atmosphere was cozy and inviting and the hors d’oeuvres were laid out in a lovely spread.
This was a phenomenal night out with friends and people who would later become friends through celebrating tradition, the Black and Gold party was an amazing event and everyone shined that night.
Che Bella! The phrase is Italian for “How Beautiful”. Lacy and Cameron let their love shine brighter than the sun in the heart of downtown San Diego. As the have a night out in the Gaslamp Quarter in their Mini Copper, the sun acts like a spotlight for this wonderful couple. Alon David Photography captures their laughter and love beautifully on film. Lacy and Cameron joyfully stroll by the beautiful flower shop Che Bella, stroll through the park at Petco and enjoy a nice dinner at Basic Pizza as this booming city bustles on. The red bricks and the trolleys of this cozy little quarter of downtown San Diego certainly are enough to make anyone feel like they are home. Lacy and Cameron know this city holds a piece of their hearts together, for they know this is home here with each other.
To see more photography by Alon David please visit: