An interactive 360 degree photographic experience makes a huge difference when you’re trying to find a wedding location. I wish more venues had this kind of feature on web sites. Since they do not, I am happy to share with you this interactive 360+ degree image of the Lodge at Seneca Creek.
Update: this is not where we decided to have the wedding but it is one of many places we investigated. Continue reading
Did you know that when you surf the web that the sites you visit can tell where you are located?
I sent out an engagement announcement email in December that directed readers to a web page. Evanwilder.com is able to tell where site visitors are physically located and this map shows that in detail. The map above shows the location of the last 100 visitors to evanwilder.com. Typically the people who view the site are from the USA but after the engagement email went out Amanda and I could tell which friends living overseas and who among our friends and family had checked out the web page.
We’ve been looking at various places to hold a wedding ceremony and reception and I wanted to post some photos of some of the places we have investigated. Tonight let me show you the Lodge at Seneca Creek.
Surrounded by 26 acres of scenic, wooded parkland, The Lodge at Little Seneca Creek is Mother Nature’s ultimate meeting place. This rustic log cabin with its natural wood cathedral ceilings and massive, wood-burning flagstone fireplace is an ideal setting for a business retreat or social gathering.
This is a stitched together photo showing the entire lodge. I want to also post a 360 degree interactive version but for now just click to view the large size:
Update: The interactive version is now available here.