Horses and puppies and barns. Just a few things that make an engagement session in the country so much fun. When we pulled up to the barn and saw Ashley's horse Tucker I literally did a double take at his eyes. They were wide open and steel blue. Then I immediately pulled my phone out to google "horse eye" to make sure of two things. #1 that I wasn't going crazy, and #2 that I hadn't been living a lie about how horses eyes looked. Turns out I'm not crazy (in this instance) and that I have not been living a lie (in regards to the aesthetics of a horse).
Aerial was so nervous and so excited about her portraits! When talking with her about locations she was interested in, she really wanted to do it on her grandmother's property. We had peach trees, a barn, some chicken, and a tractor all at our disposal :) (well...maybe not the chickens). We had such a great time working with Aerial on her bridals. Here are just a few of our favorites! Wedding photos soon to come.
West Virginia. What can we say? It seems like everywhere we go, we are met with happy people. And as it should be :) We are wedding photographers after all. It was such a pleasure to go to West Virginia and work with Tabitha and Jordan for their farm-side barn wedding :) The sun was shining, the cows were mooing, and Taby and Jordan said I do. Here a just a few ;) of their photos. We hope you enjoy!
...and yes. The barn was leaning.
Hi five and a huge BRAVO to Caroline Eells Waller at Passiflora Designs in Marietta, Ohio. The flower arrangements were stunning! Great job Caroline.
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