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Whytecliff Park Engagement: Emily & Sam

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Emily & Sam Whytecliff Engagement

It has been so long since we have shared our work on our blog! We are kicking off a string of new posts from this past summer with Sam and Emily. 

This engagement session was exactly 1 month after Aspen was born, and we were excited to hang out at one of our favourite sunset spots in Vancouver, Whytecliff Park. It was pretty busy for a Monday night, but we lucked out with some quiet spots before the sun started to set. It is spots like these that consistently take our breath away, reminding us how nice our part of the world really is. If you have never been before.. do yourself a favour and go.

The one thing we noticed right away about Sam and Emily is how calm and comfortable they are around each other and how they make everyone around them feel the same. Could spend many more nights with these two talking about life, taking pictures, and enjoying beautiful Vancouver. 

Stay tuned for their wedding which took place this past August! 

Pitt Lake Engagement: Naomi & Connor

Naomi and Connor Pitt Lake Engagement

Naomi and Connor are amazing. Connor is from Ireland, and we had to reschedule these pictures due to a hockey accident that left him needing to fly home to have dental work done! Lovely time chatting with these before their Pemberton Wedding in July. 

 

Pitt Lake Engagement: Anne & Dylan

Anne & Dylan Pitt Lake Engagement

Sometimes people make you laugh. Anne and Dylan became these people when they expressed that they were a bit nervous because they had never had their photos taken before. What caused us to laugh is how good their nerves looked! Not sure if they believed us when we told them how well things were going, but after seeing these photos we wish we looked this good when we are nervous. 

We are very excited to spend more time with these guys on their wedding day in Manning Park this upcoming summer. Adventure is in their blood, and we can't think of a better way to celebrate their love for each other and the outdoors, than to flee to the mountains with family and friends. Praying for sunshine and maybe a few deer to grace the ceremony!!