Where do I even start?! These two hold a very special place in my heart, and I’m not saying that because they’re my parents. I truly admire their effortless relationship. To love one another is one thing, but to love one another with God as the compass is something truly special and one-of a kind.
“Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.”
– Ephesians 4:2
As a wedding and family photographer, capturing love in its purest form between two souls is simply magical. So to be able to capture just that in every one of my sessions, specifically this one, makes my heart so happy and full. I am aware that times are changing and the pandemic has changed a lot for most of us, and that’s okay. But guess what? Love’s not cancelled!
I still remember when mom would talk to me about him at first, noting how thoughtful and sweet and full of love he really was. Since the first date, it was meant to be! Roy prepared a sea-themed picnic by the beach (moms favorite thing, she’s actually a mermaid) so naturally, quickly and passionately, they fell for each other.
This particular session is from Rollins College in Winter Park from about two or three weeks ago. This pandemic has not been easy on anyone, but planning accordingly, we made it happen! And to say that I love the photos is an understatement. I sent mom over a color palette and some posing ideas and we got to work on a beautiful Sunday morning.
We arrived around 11 am and started to walk around the campus, stopping at every spot we fell in love with, looked for the shade and made magic happen!. This was also our second session together, so we had a little practice in a way one could say!
“Marriage is sharing your life with your best friend, enjoying the journey along the way, and arriving at every destination together.”
I hope you enjoy these images and might they inspire you to want to get to know me better and how I can better serve you!
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Have an amazing day!