The other weekend I got up at 6am on a Sunday morning, drove to the top of a really big hill and watched the sun rise with these two rad humans and their good looking pooch. With a double shot cappuccino in one hand and my camera in the other, this was probably one of the prettiest engagement sessions i’ve photographed to date.
I was so excited for this session because we’d planned to take their photos in the exact spot Joel proposed to Emma (how sweeeeeet)!! On the drive up Emma and I (skulling our coffees in the car) were joking about how funny it would be if there was someone in that spot. Ha, we totally jinxed ourselves because when we got there, a random bloke was camping out of the back of his ute in the EXACT spot where we wanted to stand… ahhh rude! Joking. We made the most of it and played around in front of the sunrise with their gorgeous doggo and enjoyed the crispy Autumn morning air.
Now if you know Emma and Joel you’ll know just how down to earth, kind and genuine these two humans are. They’re getting married TOMORROW and i’m so freaking excited to capture their wedding day and dance along side their closest friends and family till midnight (ha, if I can make it that long…)
Here are a few of my favourites from their engagement session and I can’t wait to show you more from their wedding in the next few days… enjoy!!
PS, if you need a little reminder of how dang cute these two are and how epic Joel’s proposal was, scroll to the bottom!! (image stolen from Emma’s Facebook page…) xx
Ps, how dang cute is Joel?! #ProposalOfTheYear
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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.