They chose Crystal Cove to do their engagement session because they go here every Fourth of July to the Shake Shack before hanging with friends and family for the day. I love how they chose to take time to spend together: to make traditions together. That’s what makes life more colorful, more enjoyable. It’s a little bit of magic that causes love to continue to surprise us year after year. It’s what changes love from just being an emotion into being something we carry for a lifetime.
I always enjoy going on adventures when shooting. Don’t get me wrong, I love weddings, especially because they are so emotional, but it’s fun to go to places and explore hidden spots I’ve never been to. I met Lenny and Susan the day of our shoot, but instantly felt like an old friend. I felt like I had my own personal tour guides when we traveled around LA. It was so awesome to get an inside view of the city especially from two who lived in the heart of the city. I adored how Lenny took care of Susan. He constantly made sure she was doing ok with all the walking and would even change her shoes in between shots (Isn’t that amazing?) I’m so excited for these two and their future as parents. I know they will both be amazing.
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Tags: 500 days of Summer Bench, Angels Gate Park, Bradbury Building, Bunker Hill Trolley, Downtown LA, Downtown Los Angeles, Grand Central Market, heart of the city, Lenny & Susan, Los Angeles Union Station
“I’m thinking of you, that’s all I do all the time
You’re always the first and the last thing on this heart of mine
No matter where I go or what I do,
I’m thinking of you”
“We’ll look back some day at this moment that we’re in
And I’ll look at you and say and I thought I loved you then”