I can’t believe it is already officially spring! I’m so pumped because that just means I’m that much closer to photographing all the lovebirds getting married this year! Before we get too far away from winter and snow, I thought I would share Emily and David’s engagement session at Wolfe’s Neck State Park in Freeport, Maine. Wolfe’s Neck is probably one of my favorite places to photograph as it has a little bit of everything : evergreen trees, dirt forest pathways, rocky shores, and crystal blue ocean water.
I met Emily while we worked together at Bowdoin College. I was so excited when she reached out to me to ask if I would photograph an engagement session for the two of them. They had to postpone their July 4th wedding due to COVID, but still wanted to mark this year (and get some Christmas presents in order)! We met on what turned out to be a sunny morning at the state park. I don’t always photograph sessions in the middle of the morning, but this wintry light won be over.
I’m so thankful that I was able to capture these two in a laid back way as they gear up for their second shot at their big day this summer. Take a peek at their session below and tell me how cute it is! Congratulations Emily and David xoxo