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Lindsay + Steve's e-session ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
July 13, 2010

Lindsay + Steve’s e-session

Engagement

Lindsay and Steve first bonded over California fries (bacon, ranch & mozzarella cheese, fyi) while attending Drexel University. She demanded they watch Boondock Saints (great movie, fyi). With a beginning like that, can you really expect anything else?

They’re currently living in Houston, TX but having their wedding in Philly next year at Top of the Tower. I am so excited about this wedding and am really hoping time will speed up because that’s just sooo faaar away! (/whine)

So they stopped into University City the other week for their engagement session to cover some of their old Drexel haunts and we had fun. A lot of it. These two are awesome. Fantastically so. Fantastically awesome? Yeah, I said it. Lindsay came up with a walking route of the area to make sure we covered the most important locales.

First up, the New Deck Tavern where they had many a good time.


We danced past Mad Mex‘s and made our way to the subway on Market St.



We hopped onto Drexel’s campus so they could change into something more casual while taking advantage of some great backdrops. We were quite lucky to have found a campus guard so accommodating to our needs.




We wandered over to Powelton Ave where Lindsay, Steve, and a few friends shared a house for 4 years. Classic college with furniture out on the sidewalk and such but it was their history and I LOVE that we went there. It was special and meaningful and them.


Since they lived there a new park had popped up right across the street. There was a great view of the city skyline past the train tracks. We were there while the sun was just glowing for us and the clouds were divine.



They walked me through a beautiful community garden as well.



Then we got to our grand finale location – The Drexel University Quad Fountain. Cold, wet fun!




Lindsay & Steve, thanks so much for a glorious evening. I seriously can’t wait for the wedding. It’ll be a blast.

So what’s the symbology there?
~ Boondock Saints

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