November 18, 2020
A Crisp Fall day is the PERFECT day for an engagement session. Emily and James have actually already had an engagement session with me. It was last summer and the heat index was literally 105, just a tad warm. When COIVD struck and their wedding plans shifted, they decided to do another engagement session perhaps with a little less sweat (no less heat trust me). Emily is such a sweet soul, one of those people who feels things deeply. James is absolutely her counter part, he’s head over heels and clearly he is her brick house, safety in the storm.
I adore these two, they are physically beautiful and they pose so stinkin well. Even more than that, we have the best conversations. Our engagement sessions (and me and Emilys DMs back and forth) get deep, we get right into the good stuff. I am thankful that my “job” (if its even fair to call it that) has widened my circle of friends. Their wedding WILL be next year, and I am so excited for it. This engagement session has captured all of the vintage romantic vibes that Emily and James naturally give off, and I know that their wedding will take those vibes to the next level.
They were engaged at this very park (Poets Walk Park in Red Hook) so this spot is special for them. Poets Walk on a Crisp Fall day is magic, and their engagement session is even more magical. Fall in general for engagement sessions if my favorite, I LOVE the colors, the humidity is typically vanquished, and the colors are unreal. As winter is slowly creeping in, and these colors have faded I am reminded of the importance of photographs. On bleak cold days you can look at an image taken during a heat wave, or on a cozy fall day and instantly feel as if you are there. Images are powerful, they can propel you forward when you feel like you are stagnant. Images are great inspiration and reminders of great things that have happened, and better things to come.
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