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Spring Engagement Session at Sanborn Park – Laura and Mike

 

I absolutely adore California’s springtime – I think I can look at those green rolling hills forever. We usually try to go out to nature and hike as much as possible during this time of the year, as we all know that green hills don’t last long in California. We also try to schedule engagement sessions during this short period to capture some of the spring. Laura and Mike also love being outdoors and they found a perfect park for their engagement shoot – green and full of light. On a random weekday evening, it was just the four of us and a bunch of young deer chewing on some bushes in the parking lot.

Here are our favorites:

Spring Engagement Session in park

 

Engagement Session in nature

 

California Engagement Session

 

San Francisco spring Engagement Session

 

San Francisco springtime Engagement Session

 

This was my favorite photo location of the day – I just love how all that young green grass looks, so peaceful! Scroll down to see a more wide angle of the same photo though :)

Green field Engagement Session

 

Yeah, the grass in the picture is a tiny patch of greenery, and not a vast field. This picture reminds me of that Geico commercial where the gecko comes out to a parking lot after traveling thought seemingly endless fields of grass :) Fortunately Laura and Mike trusted us when we asked them to sit down on the shoulder of the paved road and to pretend they are in a prairie :)

San Francisco springtime Engagement Session

 

Thank you for having us capture these photos, Laura and Mike! We look forward to your wedding day!

 

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April 30, 2012 - 7:34 am

Laura Belknap - We absolutely love how these pictures turned out and can’t wait to see the rest! It was a wonderful day and we really enjoyed getting to know Mike and Nat better. We are so excited for our wedding day and know the photos will be spectacular!

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