November 15, 2013

Main Line engagement photographer | Haverford College | Lindi + Michael

Engagement

This engagement session, and quite frankly the relationship, is pretty pooch-centered. I mean, it’s kind of hard not to fall for a happy, floppy goldendoodle. She was just 9 pounds when they took her home but Tobi, at 50 lbs now and celebrating her 1 year birthday, is pretty full grown with all of the energy that you’d expect.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures

But let me back up to the beginning of Lindi + Michael.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures

Their story is fabulous! They met online (hooray!). Michael noted that she was attractive, charming, and, most importantly, active. Michael messaged Lindi but didn’t have much of a profile up so she (understandably) didn’t respond. Michael had the gall to call her out on this, eventually giving her his name so she could do some creep-checking. She hilariously looked him up on Athlinks, a website for athletes’ race results, was impressed with his times, and gave him a chance.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures

They met up for coffee for their first date. She was training for a marathon and he an Ironman. Their second date was a run through Central Park.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures
Main Line photography  engagement pictures

There were obviously undeniable sparks because they got Tobi and moved in together within 3 months.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures
Main Line photography  engagement pictures
Main Line photography  engagement pictures

In July of this year they went walking on the beach while vacationing with the family. Michael had plans to propose then but they were kicked off the beach for having a dog. Through much coercion, he finally convinced Lindi to go back out for another walk later when he popped the question.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures

I met up with this adorable, fast trio the other week on a beautiful fall day at Haverford College, near where Lindi grew up.

Main Line photography  engagement pictures
Main Line photography  engagement pictures

It was such a joy to get them (relatively) still for a little while. I can’t wait to see them again at their wedding at Pomme next March!

Main Line photography  engagement pictures
Main Line photography  engagement pictures

There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
~Friedrich Nietzsche

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