5Mar

Barbara and Tom–Cranbury Park Engagement Shoot

Barbara and Tom

Engagement Photos

Cranbury Park, Norwalk, CT

 

Jake and I really want to thank Barbara and Tom for braving the cold and getting us out in the snow for some photos.  Last weekend we took advantage of what seemed like a warm day.  The temp reached the 30s, which almost felt spring like in comparison to recent frigid temperatures.  When we planned the photo shoot weeks ago, we could not have asked for a better day.   It was awesome to get out of the indoors, trudge through the snow, and actually enjoy the winter.  I feel like I have been cooped up inside waiting for a good reason to force me out and into the fresh air.  This was the perfect activity to get us all out and breathing the outside air.  None of us had been to Cranbury Park before, so we weren’t quite sure what to expect for a park in the winter.  There is a beautiful old mansion on the property, which we had assumed we might use for some photos.  We didn’t realize that Cranbury Park actually has a frisbee golf course.  Believe it or not, last Saturday there was a tournament for charity!  They, too, were braving the snow and ice and occupying the mansion.  So instead, we headed out on the extensive trails throughout the park.  The landscape provided us with a beautiful winter wonderland.  Barbara and Tom were fun and easy going subjects who were willing to take on any suggestion we had.  This included walking through deep snow, sitting on the wet cold ground, and yes, even lying in it all for the sake of a fun photo.  Each time we get out for a winter engagement session we remember just how much fun they are to do.  It is always nice to have something fun and different to look forward to during the long, long northeast winter.  Here are a few photos from our session.  I can’t wait to get back to the park in the spring and maybe even try a new frisbee golf course!

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