Winter Engagement Shoot? | New Rochelle, Westchester

The morning of the shoot, I looked outside to see a bold powder resting on all the trees.  Snow was still coming down and it was descending at a careless free-fall.  Each snowflake brought memories of smiles and childhood winters, immobilizing bubble jackets and hot chocolate. 

When I first suggested a snowy engagement shoot, Maureen was all for it.  I was all for it.  Maureen has gorgeous red hair and I thought that it would contrast really well against the snow.  We kept a few days open, knowing that a storm was forecast to hit soon.  I love it when people are up for anything!  Maureen has said she loves our work, so when I suggested this she had faith that it would be worth the cold.

Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography
Winter engagement shoot | Photos by Sage Studios Photography

I didn't mention above- as soon as we got to the park, it stopped snowing.  Yes, all that beautiful fluff changed its mind and left us with a cold rain.  Still had a great time, and even better images.  Us 1 - Winter 0.