Fernbank Park Engagement Session of Emily & Lucas

Engagement

It never fails that when we meet our grooms… they tend to click with Ryan. This did not fail when we meet Lucas for his and Emily’s Engagement Session a little over a week ago. Within the first few moments of us meeting him, Lucas showed off his Zelda wallet to Ryan’s Zelda Hat. This why we love our clients! There always seems to be a connection like this!We met this sweet couple down at Fernbank Park on the west side of Cincinnati for the first part of their photos. Fernbank Park as a beautiful view of Kentucky along the Ohio River. Additionally, it has a small bridge that is the main focal point of the walking path. The day was a little bright and warm, so we spend a bulk of our time on the bridge enjoying the shade from the trees. Though the day was gorgeous, we only had a few minor interruptions from the joggers, walkers and of course their cute dogs!

Emily and Lucas were absolutely naturals and super quick studies! The best part… Emily couldn’t help but keep a smile and laugh the whole time!

One of the historic landmarks along the Ohio River is Anderson Ferry. The ferry spends it’s day taking it’s passengers from Ohio to Kentucky and vise versa. Nicole grew up the street from the Ferry and has rode it many times as a child. Newly relocated to the area, Lucas had not had an opportunity to experience this west side of Cincinnati treasure. It’s only seemed fitting to capture his first ride with his future bride. Not to mention… we had STUNNING light! Our favorite time to shoot is just as the sun is starting to set.Emily and Lucas are just a few short months away from their big day! We are super excited to see how wonderful their day turns out to be… after our sneak peak of the band that will wrap around her already remarkable ring, we just know the day will one to remember!

Have a wonderful day!

Nicole and Ryan

 

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