Rachel and Ty visited Victoria for their third wedding anniversary. We met up at Beacon Hill Park for a little session. Rachel is also a photographer in Puyallup, Washington, which always makes me a bit nervous, but it ended up being a fun time. She totally understood why I chose the locations I did, despite random passers-by suggesting other locations (usually worth a look, but not during a short session). These guys are pretty darn cute together, right?
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Danielle and Blair were visiting family in Victoria during rainy October. We lucked out with their mini session at Thetis Lake, because the rain stopped shortly before the shoot. They were very patient as I made them climb some big hills and look at each other lovingly for twenty minutes.
Kim and Rocky visited Victoria for their 25th anniversary. They’ve been a couple for 33 years, and they’re still adventuring together (they rode bikes through the region and went ziplining) and enjoying being affectionate, even with the camera on them. We met up near their hotel and wandered along the westsong walkway.
I did a mini session for Rhonda and Adrian’s daughter Brittany and her boyfriend James last year. She liked it so much, she bought a session for her parents. For some reason, I was expecting an older couple, but these two are clearly not old. They were really cute together and Adrian loves to wrap Rhonda tightly in his arms. He was in the middle of doing so when a bunch of baby ducks suddenly surrounded them. You can see mama duck peeking on from the water. We found lots of flowers in bloom at Beacon Hill Park, making for a colourful, fun session.
A friend from high school contacted me last week and said that she was on a last minute cruise to Victoria with her boyfriend and his parents. I suggested a mini session, because she’s mentioned it before. So, I waited on the breakwater for them to get off the ship, which takes longer than you might think. It was a lot of fun to see her again and to meet her guy and I love seeing these happy portraits of them.