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Posts Tagged ‘Mt. Adams’

Alisha and Mike | Hyde Park/Eden Park

Alisha and Mike are a great couple. They showed themselves to be troopers too when they braved the heat for our Hyde Park and Mt. Adams engagement session on Tuesday night. Even though it was hot, the light was gorgeous and it made for some fun picture times. As we were walking I asked them both the question, “So what draws you together?” Mike’s immediately said, “God.” and then followed with, “Everything just fit, it was meant to be.” How incredible of an answer is that? Then Alisha quickly said, “His eyes.” Again, great answer:) There is just an ease about their relationship, nothing feels forced. Mike’s right, they just fit. Alisha and Mike, thanks for an incredible evening of conversation and pictures. You guys are amazing and I am so excited for you as you fly off to Cancun next February for your amazing destination wedding! Here are some of my favorites from our time together:    

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Emily and Aaron | Mt. Adams

One of the coolest things about this job is getting to photograph several couples from the same circle of friends. Emily and Aaron found me through Adam and Jessica and are friends with Paige and Kevin, as well. That means three weddings in the next year with the same group of friends…AWESOME! First let me say: I love this couple! Aaron shares my affinity for Apple products and has been working on developing an iPhone/iPad app for a while now. I can be a huge nerd when it comes to gadgets so to say I am little in awe of his work would be an understatement:) Emily is working on finishing her degree in the DAAP graphic arts program. As we were walking around I confessed to Emily that I feel I should have been a graphic designer in another life. Don’t get me wrong, I love what I do, but every now I get lost in designing a piece and thin, “I could do this too!” So basically, if you just average this couple together you come out with a hybrid person that I would like to be. Not weird at all. Emily and Aaron, you guys were so fun to spend the evening with. Thanks for trusting me when I asked you to walk through a muddy field of wildflowers and for kissing in front of me, even though you guys don’t do that in front of other people:) You guys are so cute together. Here are some of my favorites from the day: (One thing to note, Emily wanted me to let everyone know that the Great American Building in the background of the last picture is her favorite building in Cincinnati, maybe even the world)

{I want to email you. |  I’m getting married…like, for real. |  I want to read your thoughts (on Twitter). |  I’m more of a Facebook-er.}