10 sessions, 3 days. Bright sun, cloud, pouring rain, bugs, wind, you name it, Lameque throws it at me. But I love it. These are some of my favourite equine shoots I’ve ever done. Editing these shots I burst out crying probably 4 or 5 times. And I took them! Thank you ladies for letting me capture these memories for you and your families. And Sylvette, thank you so much for inviting me up once again.
I love when couples have a plan. For something a little different. Marcel and Celine’s wedding is not until next year, but we did their engagement session very soon after they booked me. Why? Because this super couple wanted pictures on their boat. Yes please! Here are some of my favourites!
Almost eighteen years ago I was picking wildflowers with Kate, making the biggest bouquet I think either of us has ever picked, for mom. Because you, my dear little brother, decided you needed to have fireworks every year on your birthday. And tonight, you graduated. And the crowd cheered just a little louder for you then they were probably suppose to. And Dad yelled “Way to go Farmer B!” and I saw your awkward blush/grin from where I was taking your picture. That same little smirk you had when I was taking these pictures and you said “but I don’t know how to smile”.
You’ve grown up so fast. And you graduating makes me feel really old. And your going to Woodstock, where you’ll grow up even more between each visit home. I already miss your stories from trades class with the boys, and yes even a bit of the stories of Blue.
You did it kiddo. I’m so proud of you. <3
It was pouring. The day before had been the nicest day we’d had in about 2 weeks, and yet again, it was pouring. Pouring so yard that the valley in my backyard was white, I couldn’t see across, like it was full of fog. Awesome. This would be the last chance we’d get to shoot Monique and Geoff’s engagement pictures, just in time to get a guestbook back for their July wedding. Not to mention a beach engagement pictures. No cover if the torrential rain came back.
Monique and Geoff, thank you for these shots. Thank you for not bailing because of chances of rain!