There is something so special about an anniversary session. After the engagement photos are done, after the wedding day has passed... a couple still wants to document where they are in their relationship. Documenting a moment in time is never something to pass up. Minutes tick past. Years fly by. You'll never get to relive these days. Grab your loved one. Hold them close. And make sure to have great photos. AT LEAST from time to time. You will be glad you did. And so will your loved ones, long after you're gone.
From the photographer, Lindsey LaRue:
Taylor and Blake are a couple I've had the joy of photographing multiple times over the course of their relationship. Their anniversary session was full of all the things I have come to associate with these two: easy smiles that spread contagiously, softspoken words whispered to each other, and a contented joy that comes naturally with a love grown strong over time. As the glow of sunset poured out its magic, we strolled the grounds leisurely, conversation flowing as easily from them as their Southern drawls.
Taylor gushes the details of their love story:
"We dated quite a while before we got married and knew each other very well before we tied the knot, but still our favorite thing about marriage is being able to be ourselves. Through both the good times and the bad, we always have someone right beside us, and we will never have to go through anything in life alone. Knowing we are able to spend the rest of our lives with our best friend and soulmate is the greatest joy! And now, having just found out that we're expecting a baby, we are so grateful Lindsey was able to capture these moments for us that we'll treasure. We are so excited to embark on a new journey of parenthood together.
Barnsley is special to us because we spent so much time there when we were dating. The historic setting and feel of the location are just beautiful, and we are lucky that it can bring back such wonderful memories. Lindsey photographed our engagement session there, so going back again in a new stage of life was really special!"