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.
Karen and Mark had a small wedding at the gazebo on the westsong walkway in Esquimalt last Monday. The location was within view of Mark’s parents’ apartment where they were armed with binoculars, since it was difficult for them to travel to the site, and they also tuned in via video conference. Mark and Karen’s adult children attended along with a few other guests.
They chose the date of the 20 year anniversary of Karen’s family moving to Canada from England. Check out their tribute to their British relatives about halfway through this post. After the ceremony, we walked to Spinnakers where they met their family for lunch, stopping along the way for some photo opportunities and photo bombing strangers. I love how high-spirited and relaxed this wedding was.
I met with Anne and John on a very cold and windy day last week. We were originally going to shoot on Dallas Road, but decided to head somewhere a little warmer. We looked for cover in Market Square, Solstice Cafe, and finally braved the ocean breezes near the Delta Ocean Pointe. This engagement session was a gift to the couple from Anne’s maid of honour Jessica, which I think was a great idea. I had fun wandering around with Anne and John and they were quite full of smiles, despite the weather. We even managed to find a little bit of sun.