Helen decided to go with the pink cheongsam and navy blue ao dai. She suggested we go to a place filled with swimming holes and lovely little waterfalls for the shoot. The ground were filled with fall leaves and everywhere we walked, we were basked by glorious, glorious sunlight. Stalkers, I’m thinking that perhaps I should start taking up camping. Two days in a row, my clients have introduced me to wonderful campsites around Austin and the hill country. Who knew such places even existed??!!! I kid of course…but really, I’m not much of an outdoors kinda girl…so these places are like hidden little gems to me.
Stalkers, meet Helen and Ben. They are going to be tying the knot in less than 2 weeks!! ACK!!!
I call this tree with the huge opening in it…”the Hobbit tree.” Seriously, I have fallen in love with campsites.
Oh sunflares…you complete me.
This girl is gorgeous. Ben is lucky. The end.
My original intention was to blog this earlier this morning…but then I had a CRISIS. I spent all day debating whether to keep the blog images colors bright…or go with more of a quieter tone. So, I did a facebook status about it and it was suggested to me to do both…although I’m sure she meant both type of tones in one image. We all know that wouldn’t have worked…possibly, maybe. So, for the second outfit (the navy ao dai), I decided to do more muted colors. (Okay, rambling over!). Stalkers, I’ll introduce you to Helen again. She’s the pretty girl in the picture below.
Then I thought I should probably add Ben into the mix. He might be interested in being a part of the session.
I could not get enough of this little area. Plus, Helen and Ben are adorable together.
If there was ever a place to just sit and lean on someone’s shoulders…this would be it.
Ugh, they are so stinkin’ adorbs. I cannot wait for their wedding day!
Kudos to Ben for wearing the traditional ao dai as well!!!
Love this little moment between these two.