Who says rain is a bad thing? A little rain, or actually a lot of rain in this case, truly a full-on downpour, was nothing short of perfect for our engagement session with Christina and Vincent.
We had a great time dodging puddles and Christina and Vincent were adorable cuddling up in doorways. Besides it actually is perfect that a little weather reared its head as Vincent is a weather afficionado, a storm tracker, if you will. So the day ended as it should with a show of Mother Nature’s wonderous ways and the four of us laughing a lot.
Of course, the rain also helped clear out the extra people who normally hang out in Beacon Hill. We had some of the busiest streets all to ourselves.
Still, we weren’t upset that we started off the portrait session with lovely weather and beautiful light. We had free reign and no umbrella for the first bit. So here are a few faves from the earlier part of the session.
Christina and Vincent live in St. Louis and weren’t exactly sure where they wanted to do their session. When we came up with the idea of Beacon Hill, it seemed a great fit. Quintessential Boston and beautiful buildings, a nice match for Christina as she is from the Boston area and works as an architect.
Total sweetness. Check out his smile as he kisses her.
And the cool factor.
And tons more sweetness.
This one makes me giggle.
I still can’t believe how quickly those clouds turned the sky to black. What an adventure! And such fun. Many thanks to Christina and Vincent for weathering the storm with us. Can’t wait for your wedding at the Boston Harbor Hotel this summer.
If you would like to see more from Christina and Vincent’s e-session, definitely check out their slideshow.
Hi, Just so you remember who we are maybe, I am your mother’s first cousin, Aunt Marian is my mother’s sister. You never know her. We usto come see you at your grandmother’s and you had fun playing with Terry. You and Phillip were a pair to contend with for sure. Your wedding pictures look great and you have a lovely bride. I look forward to seeing the rest of them.
Your cousin in Savannah, Ga. Judy and husband Terry. You may also remember our kids Bruce and Jo Ellen as you may have related to them as they were younger but not your age.