Over three years ago, I arranged to do a photoshoot with Kate, whom I had never met. But the was canceled at the last minute when she had to go out of town for a family emergency. Recently, I found her again on facebook, through which I also saw pictures of Josh. And when I found out that they were getting married, I wondered if they had a photographer yet.
And that’s how it started. It was a very small service, held at Josh’s childhood home outside of Deer Park. There were some last minute details and it wasn’t entirely sure that the wedding would be on which day until a couple days before hand. The timing was good; my new camera was delivered to me that very day. And then, through most of the day, it snowed.
Still, Kate and Josh were undeterred, and I thought the snow was great, as long as they wouldn’t freeze. I drove out to Deer Park just before sunset, hoping we might get a few decent clouds. It was hard to tell. But then, the time came, and Kate was rockin’ a black and red dress, and Josh was debonair in his vest and rolled up sleeves, and the two of them were really excited and connected, and the snow looked great on the field and we did, in fact, get some dynamic clouds. Almost like it was all meant to be. : )
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