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JMP_0498Now THIS is why I love winter engagement sessions.  So much fun.

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a woodsy snowy engagement

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How do I continuously meet such wonderful people?  I am totally smitten with these two.  I first met Braxton in the yoga studio. He is known for his very sweaty classes set to great music – you know, the classes when time flies and you leave high as a kite.  He’s an awesome teacher and an extremely kind and compassionate soul.  Then I met Meghan!!  I felt as if I had known her forever.  She’s just finished up with a Broadway tour of Annie – yea, she’s pretty freaking incredible.  Together, they are intoxicating: filled to the brim with positive energy and joy.  This engagement shoot was such a great time: lots of frolicking and laughing and maybe a thermos of wine, I mean hot cocoa.  I cannot wait for this wedding in two weeks.  Nothing like a snowy, wintery event at Gibbet Hill.  Thanks for choosing me, Meg and Brax!

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