Washington Crossing Park engagement photos . “That doesn’t look that hard,” Brian remarked at the beginning of the session as he gazed upon the site of George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware. From that point (and even before really), we knew this would be a fun session :). And what a relief, because shooting in frigid conditions with a couple who are looking at you like ‘hurry the heck up we’re freezing our tails off’ could have made for a difficult crossing (excuse the pun). But that was definitely not the case with Darby and Brian. We had so much fun out there, the light was amazing and the rapport between the love birds had none of us thinking about the temperature (well almost, LOL). And to top it off, it was a special day as the bride to be was also the birthday girl. Darby, hope you enjoyed the rest of your birthday festivities. We love how the shots turned out and hope we gave you a nice birthday memory in addition to the already lovely memories you and Brian have shared since 10th grade Algebra and will continue to share for a lifetime. Can’t wait to see you guys again in April in Stockton. And Brian, when we saw how you looked at Darby & vice versa, we also thought “that doesn’t look that hard.” You guys rocked it and Darby you looked amazing!! You too Brian.
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Philadelphia Wedding Photographers Tracey & Miguel. Diamond Street