Barn at Gibbet Hill Engagement Photos :: Katie & Harold

For photographers it is a well known fact that every good photo is behind a fence, we teach this in Photo 101. ;) So in my photo career I have climbed several fences to get the shot I want. In the case of Katie and Harold’s engagement session we actually climbed two fences. We apparently chose the wrong entrance to get to the castle at the top of Gibbet Hill but we got to hang out with the cows (again, probably not where we were supposed to be) and got some great shots because of it! Katie and Harold met in high school but didn’t date until many years later. They have that comfortable, happy, we’ve-known-each-other-for-a-long-time kind of love that I really enjoy photographing. Here’s a quick peek!

Favorite Things:

• climbing fences
• the cows hanging out at the end of the shoot
• the gorgeous light at the top of the hill

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