There is something about shooting engagement sessions in the winter that I absolutely love.  I’m not sure if it is the way that couples get really snuggly because it’s cold outside, the beautiful bare branches in the background, or that it reminds me of the song, “Winter Romance.”  Whatever the reason, I love it!  Jenn and Ford were the perfect couple too.  They are the kind of couple that light up a room as soon as they walk in, because they are so warm and friendly.  It was such a fun afternoon spent at Meredith College with Jenn, Ford, and their adorable lab Tucker. As you will see, they are an easy couple to photograph because they are so natural together!

As we were taking these adorable photos on the bridge, Tucker had his own ideas of fun…

He went for a swim!

Seriously.  Aren’t they a gorgeous couple?

How much do I love this next shot?  A lot!

What a fun session to end my 2010 photography season!  This is officially the last session of the year, and it was perfect.  Jenn and Ford, I can’t wait for your charming Beaufort wedding that I know will be breathtaking!

For the next few months, I am excited to be updating my blog with more personal posts, house projects, Winston updates, and dreams for 2011.  Although I am going to be taking some much needed time off to enjoy the holidays with my family, I will be updating here and there, simply because I love my little blog.  Thanks for stopping by!

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His curly hair makes me happy! These are such fun images, and I so love the rainy romantic feel they have!

ahhhhhhh!!! as if i don’t already look at your blog religiously :) i have already looked at them about 20 times! i just called Ford and said “WE’RE ON THE BLOG!!!” we both LOVE them! thank you so much Nancy for everything! oh and guess how much we both LOVE the running one..A LOT!!

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