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Philadelphia Engagement Photographer | Anu + Joe [teaser] ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
August 28, 2013

Philadelphia Engagement Photographer | Anu + Joe [teaser]

Engagement

Sometimes little gifts like hundreds of naked people on bicycles just happen during an engagement session. This was one of those times. Anu and Joe got an eye-ful as we strolled all around Philadelphia the other day.

You may want to avert your eyes but there will be more soon!

Philadelphia engagement pictures near City Hall

Update: it looks like LOLadelphia was just as amused by our photobombed session.

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