Remember back in February during those arctic conditions, just before we had all that snow? That was when Amy and Rob came to the farm for their Engagement Photography session. I think Amy’s hands and lips went from pink to blue in a very short space of time!
What a fantastic couple they are and what a wonderful relationship they have together. I was so pleased to have the opportunity to photograph them during what is always an exciting time in anyones life.
It was in fact one of Amy’s friends, Elzie, who organised the engagement photography. She had emailed me to say Amy had recently become engaged and loved the idea of an engagement session and she and her friends wanted to get it for her as a present.
Before the day I had been in contact with Amy and she told me that she wasn’t able to walk anywhere far due to being on crutches. It was decided there were plenty of lovely spots around the ponds which meant only short walks were necessary. I later found out that Amy had been the innocent party in a terrible car accident in which she’d suffered some horrible injuries to her legs and ankles, from which she was still recovering.
Rob had been an absolute rock to Amy during this time. It’s when things like this happen you really know who you can depend on, Amy found out Rob was certainly that person.
So in some beautiful late afternoon sun and blue skys we made some photographs. Having your engagement photography and also your wedding portraits during the couple of hours before sunset really does make all the difference. As you can see in these photographs the light can be absolutely stunning! We were even blessed with a knock out sunset! If the temperature hadn’t been below zero due to the wind chill it would have been perfect. It wasn’t far off it even so.
If you’re engaged why not book and Engagement Photography session to get a feel for how it feels to be photographed? Just email me for further info via the Contact page.