It was a crisp, VERY crisp fall mid-afternoon day. . . . but I’m getting ahead of myself. Christine and Matthew presented us a dilemma when they discussed their upcoming engagement session — they liked the idea of an urban setting, like the Brooklyn Bridge, but they also liked the idea of a country setting. But the only hitch was, they wanted a REAL country setting that was unique and hadn’t been used much in photography already.
We were stumped — all the country places we knew were popular with photographers. And then out of the blue, Barbara from the Historic Barns of Nipmoose gave us a call — they were beginning to make the barns site available for use as a wedding venue, and she invited us out to take a look.
To make a long story short, after we saw the beauty of the barns and their surroundings, we not only knew they would be a GREAT site for weddings and receptions, they would also be perfect for engagement photo sessions.
A few phone calls later, Christine and Matthew were enthusiastic about shooting there, and all the arrangements were made with Barbara for the session.
Which brings us back to that VERY crisp fall mid-afternoon day. Christine and Matthew had the patience of fashion models as they let us explore all the beautiful photographic settings at Nipmoose. We hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoyed making them. Congrats to Christine and Matthew on their engagement!
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