Oh my gosh where do I start. This gorgeous couple won a photo contest that I ran on my Facebook page back in November last year. Their entry photo was a silly and fun photo booth snap shot of them at a friends wedding and I knew
from the moment I saw it, they were going to be SO much fun to photograph. Oh boy they did not disappoint.
Emily and Braden drove all the way over from Wagga and we met each other at the Sugar Pines out at Laurel Hill, about 40 mins or so from Tumut. Now if you’re from the Tumut/Tumbarumba area, you will know where this is and you will have probably been to the Sugar Pines before. It is without question, one of the most beautiful spots in our region and it seriously blows my mind each and every time I visit there. I also knew it was going to be the perfect, most intimate location to photograph these two love birds. Picking and munching on fresh blackberries (i’m 99.9% sure they weren’t sprayed…haha) we wandered through the trees, adventured out into the open spaces of freshly cut plantation forests, we laughed and played until the sun was completely gone.
If you know Emily and Braden, you will know they are absolutely madly in love with each other. High school sweethearts and proud fur-baby parents to two adorable rescue kittens, I can honestly say they are one of the funnest, nicest and most genuine couples I have actually ever met in my entire life.
I am so incredibly blessed to meet such beautiful, down to earth people doing the job I so genuinely love. People like Emily and Braden are the reason I do what I do. Because LOVE, damn it… 🙂 Enjoy!!
I’m probably 99.9% sure that the blackberries were safe to eat… oh well
“you have flower on your face!”
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I acknowledge the wiradjuri people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the region, on which I live and work. I pay respect to elders both past and present. I acknowledge and respect the wiradjuri people’s cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection with their land, waters and community.