May 30, 2010

[teaser] Emily + Chris’ e-session

Engagement

So you know I generally post teaser images that are loving and romantic and make you say, “awww…” but I just couldn’t do that with Emily and Chris. Don’t get me wrong, we have plenty of lovey pictures from their engagement session around the Art Museum yesterday, but this just seemed more representative of these two as a couple.

Totally goofy, totally fun, and totally in love.

More soon. I promise.

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