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People in the North Love the snow and winter. These two true Northerners were no different. Kathleen and Blaine love the winter, its their favorite time of the year. They wanted to incorporate winter into their Engagement session. I took them for a little walk down a path in the bush to do some of the shots. I got them all set and was ready to take a photo as I was backing up to get the perfect shot I stepped off of the path and sunk up to my waist in the snow. lol They were laughing, I was laughing, the look on my face must have been priceless. The snow filled my boots it even went down the back of my pants. I was freezing but you can't help but laugh when these things happen. lolI had to pass my camera to Blaine while I tried to wriggle myself free of the snow trying to ensure I didn't lose a boot in the process. Each step I took towards the trail I sunk in again, filling my clothing with fresh cold snow until I finally reached the packed trail. Clumsily, half crawling half rolling I manged to mount the summit that was the trail. I was laughing uncontrollably at this point as were they. Luckily this happened at the end of the session so we could all head inside to warm up. But enough laughing at me for now, here are a few of the beautiful winter engagement photos we captured that day.
Cynthia and Jason are getting married this summer, they are a cute couple that are always smiling We went to a small park where there is a small creek. As we approached the rocks along the creek we were greeted with a great slap on the water. There was a beaver pulling along a large branch and he wasn’t happy to see us LOL. The fact that Im from southern Ontario I was totally in awe, I have never seen a beaver so close. We all had a laugh about how fascinated I was by this little experience. It made for a great icebreaker to keep everything upbeat and fun. Here are a few shots from their Engagement Session.