August 20, 2018

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | Morris Arboretum | Amy + Zach [teaser]

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Sometimes you get a few minutes of dry weather on a day of monsoons.  Amy and Zach had one of those days and it was beautiful.  More soon!bride and groom at Morris Arboretum under huge tree

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