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Peirce Mill Engagement Session

February 3, 2017

When it comes to love, it’s worth the wait! Max & Jennifer certainly dealt with their fair share of waiting. Most of their relationship was long-distance, since Max’s job was in Virginia and Jennifer was working on her doctorate in Delaware. Close enough to drive, but not close enough to be close. Their engagement session provided that opportunity, and I loved the chance to get to know them in person before their wedding day. With a wedding planned at an iconic DC venue (Carnegie Institute for Science), they wanted something a bit more natural and intimate for their engagement session, so we chose late afternoon photos at Peirce Mill Park. I think we captured their personalities perfectly!

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