April was silly-cold in North Bay. July was better. We decided after their spring wedding day that a second shoot was in order. A shoot that reflected them, as a couple… Although their wedding day was huge success despite the ridiculous weather, we just wanted more. Something more free, more wild. And so this is what we came up with!
Oh Kim and Jesse! You two are the sweetest and you look beautiful! Here is just a quick sneak peek from our session – as you know I’m saving some of the best for your private gallery! Kim, great job on Prom – I know you were a huge part of its success. Thanks for including me in such a fun night! Ta-da!
It is clear to me now that winter is the best and only time to make pretty pictures of lovers. Saturday, sunny (snowy) Sundridge was magnificent. Despite the slippery roads, the coolish temperature, boots filled with snow, and a frozen trigger finger – Trevor and Renee’s winter engagement session could not have been anymore delightful. On Saturday afternoon they packed their car and ventured south. I love shooting with clients in my neighbourhood. Not only does my sweet little town have great scenery (and the most beautiful fresh water lake in the world) but I already know all the best spots.
We ate a delicious lunch at Danny’s Justa Pasta, drove ALL over Sundridge, making sure to take secret, only locally known routes to sparkling forest locations. We shot well into sundown on Lake Bernard.
Trevor and Renee, I’m so looking forward to shooting you two again. Cheers to your April wedding in North Bay.