Katie, Josh and I spent a glorious June afternoon exploring Brunswick and Topsham during their engagement session. We photographed on the Frank J. Wood bridge, which links the two towns, as well as the Androscoggin Swinging Bridge, Fort Andross and the famous Brunswick institution, Frosty’s Donuts! We wrapped up their fun engagement session at the Bowdoin Island Mill, home of the Sea Dog, one of Katie and Josh’s favorite spots for a bite! Stay tuned for their wedding….coming in May 2016! Yay!
Maine engagement photos
Camden, Maine Engagement Photos • Camden Snow Bowl • Erin + Matt
Erin + Matt approached us with the idea of doing both a winter and a summer engagement shoot. Our only challenge was, once the word “winter” was mentioned, we seemed to have a streak of snowy days, each promptly followed by a full day of rain to melt it away. These two are troopers! We played tag with the weather for some time, and eventually, Matt suggested that the Camden Snow Bowl might be the last place in Maine (in late March) to still have a bit of snow. He was right! Erin + Matt arrived very prepared with a variety of outfits and props they wanted to incorporate into their images. We spent a few hours exploring the grounds of the Camden Snow Bowl with these two lovelies. Here are some of our favorite shots from the session. Congrats Erin + Matt!
We started out the session on the steps that lead up to the toboggan chute, where the U.S. National Toboggan Championships are held every February.
I loved all the old signage and trail markers that had found a home on the back side of a little shed near the toboggan chute.
This kiss in Tobogganville is one of my favorites!
See, Matt called it! Look at all the snow that was left on the slopes!
Thanks for inviting us to document your love AND finding the snow! We had lots of fun!