Harrison Mills Engagement Session │ Annalies & Brad

Annalies is from Alberta, Brad is from BC. They met on a trip to Israel. I mean SERIOUSLY?? How amazing is that?? I got an email from Annalies a few days ago, asking if I was available for engagement photos this weekend, because Brad is off to Australia for work, and Annalies is off to Madagascar to work on the Mercy Ships, and they won’t be seeing eachother until December!! I can’t hide the fact that I’m insanely jealous of all the travelling these two are doing 😀 I’m so thankful I was available, and that we had amazing weather and a stunning location to celebrate the beginning of their forever story!!
Harrison Mills Engagement Session

  • cari

    Beautiful images!ReplyCancel

  • Absolutely beautiful engagement photography! That Harrison Mills location is the perfect touch to this beautiful couple’s engagement session too!ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Dickson

    Gorgeous engagement photos! I love the location but importantly the love captured!ReplyCancel

  • Love this Harrison Mills engagement session! They look so happy and so full of love for each other!ReplyCancel

  • What a gorgeous location in Harrison Mills for an engagement session! Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Such gorgeous engagement session shots! I love all the different perspectives you have.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful engagement session. I love the location you picked!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous photos! You are an amazing Harrison Mills photographer!ReplyCancel

  • Evelyn

    So beautiful!! Congrats Brad & Annalies!ReplyCancel

  • What an incredibly gorgeous couple. I love the last image in the lake! HELLO Notebook moment!!These are perfection!ReplyCancel

  • Incredible engagement images. Art at it’s finest. I want to visit Harrison Mills!ReplyCancel

  • I love how artistic this engagement session is! Your Harrison Mills photography is absolutely beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Harrison Mills is stunning and what a great place to have your engagement session. So romantic 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Where is this?!?!? What a dreamy location. And like you, I envy the amazing life these two are leading. These are gorgeous photographs. I swoon at seeing the beauty of them.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Collins

    Wow! I love this engagement session! What a beautiful location and amazing posing! Wonderful portraits!ReplyCancel

  • This location is just surreal! Beautiful couple, gorgeous photos, awesome engagement session!!ReplyCancel

  • WOW! What an absolutely incredible location. All I can say about this engagement session is- STUNNING!! You did a fantastic job, and I especially loved the images where you created interesting composition by shooting through the rock formations.ReplyCancel

  • Nicola

    All I can say is WOW. I *need* to have you take photos of my partner and I next time we make the trip from Victoria to Chilliwack!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful images! I love your creativity! I love how you frame your happy couple into their landscape. Gorgeous location as well!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful engagement session with a nice couple and great location.ReplyCancel

  • beautiful engagement session! Love your use of light!ReplyCancel

  • This is the perfect engagement session, the last engagement photo is stunning! The locations in Harrison Mills are fabulousReplyCancel

  • Ok, that last one IS fantastic and all that goodness but the one that REALLY gets me is the one wide angle image of them standing on the run down wall with all that contrasty light. I freaking LOVE that one!!!ReplyCancel

  • These are simply stunning! This location lent it’s self perfectly to a engagement session. I will have to check it out the next time I am in your area!ReplyCancel

  • The location for this engagement session…just wow! Jaw dropping photographs here! I cannot wait to see what you do with this bride and groom at their wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Such. Lovely engagement session! Wonderful job!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful engagement photos! Such great momentsReplyCancel

  • I like the way you captured their loving interactions, without them seemingly too posed. The ruins and the peer really added interest to these images as beautiful backgrounds.ReplyCancel

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