Caleb and I had the pleasure of taking these two young glove birds to one the greatest locations in the South East Corner. It was a super easy session with the direction as simple as ‘walk over there’, sit right there’ and ‘look at each other’.

The connection between these two was magical. It worked really well to have that nice warm sun beaming through the trees representing the amazing love between these two.

Enjoy the video below and check out the photos. If you are interested in talking more about your own engagement or lovers session make sure you get in touch soon.


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