Yosemite Cliffside Elopement


Aspen Colorado Elopement


Yosemite Elopement Under the Stars


Columbia Gorge Elopement


An Oregon Coast Elopement


Yosemite Elopement

  the Black Panther, in the manner of the day, because he was from Mozambique, playing for Portugal, but there was little feline about Eusebio. He was big in the beams and solid around the middle even when he was 24 and, for a few magical weeks, the most captivating player of the 1966 World Cup.  League Scoreboards   Major League Soccer    English Premier League    Champions League    Bundesliga    Serie A  |  La Liga   Enlarge This Image     Robert Stiggins/Hulton Archive, via Getty Images  Eusebio arriving in London with the Portuguese national team for the 1966 World Cup.  Readers’ Comments  Share your thoughts.   Post a Comment »    Read All Comments (20) »   He was the center of gravity in that tournament. It was his time. He personally willed Portugal back from a shocking 3-0 deficit to North Korea, the strangers who had already stunned Italy into a tomato barrage back home. Eusebio da Silva Ferreira — known as Eusebio in the Latin soccer single-name fashion — died on Sunday in Lisbon. He would have turned 72 on Jan. 25. His death was announced on the website of his longtime club, Benfica, and confirmed by his biographer, Jose Malheiro, who said he died of heart failure.  Eusebio carried Portugal to a third-place finish at the World Cup in 1966, after seven failures to qualify. In 1998, a panel of 100 experts gathered by FIFA, soccer’s world governing body, named him one of the sport’s top-10 greats.  He was awarded the Ballon d’Or in 1965 as Europe’s player of the year and twice won the Golden Boot — in 1968 and ’73 — for being the top scorer in Europe.  His death led Portugal to declare three days of national mourning.  Measuring only 5 feet 9 inches, and weighing 160 pounds in his prime, Eusebio somehow seemed much bigger. Perhaps that was because he stood up tall and did not waste motion or energy. He was dignified, in a sport that encourages nasty little shoves and exaggerated stumbles, in search of the slightest advantage.  Eusebio played down racial and national politics, praised others and denied stories about him that could have been turned into legend. Born in Mozambique on Jan. 25, 1942, to an Angolan father, he belonged to Portugal because those countries were still considered colonies. The rumor grew that he had been kidnapped by Benfica, the great power of Portuguese soccer, until he signed a contract.

Redwood Forest Elopement


Oregon Coast Engagement


Columbia Gorge Wedding


Columbia Gorge Proposal


Portland Wedding. Ace Hotel.


Loving Life in Hood River


Homestead Love in Hood River

Carl-Zoch-Hood River_001-4.jpg

Portland Wedding at McMenamins


Wedding Favorites


Couple Favorites


Underwater Nuptials


Film // Holga


Eloping on Mt Rainier


Engaged on Mt Hood


Palo Duro Canyon Wedding


Love in San Francisco


Eloping in Big Sur


Tulsa, Oklahoma Wedding


Colorado Wedding