When we post something as “coming soon,” on our Facebook page, it can sometimes mean “in 24 hours,” and sometimes it can mean “in 10 days.” Life can be so unpredictable. We’ve had one of those weird stretches lately where all kinds of annoying and unfortunate things happened all at once, and we had no choice but to (as Ben would say) “deal with” them. I will spare you all the details, but let’s just say that things have been crazy around here.
Fortunately for us, we have the most amazingly patient, kind, and wonderful clients in the world, and Bethany and Pete are no exception. Thanks for being so patient with us, guys! We’re unbelievably grateful! :)
We met up with this gorgeous couple in mid-November to take advantage of the last remaining Fall colors. I find it so strange that the leaves in the city of Buffalo stay on the trees a good two weeks longer (or more) than our leaves in Hamburg, which is just 20 minutes outside the city….hmmmmm. Well, anyway, we were happy to take advantage of the beautiful colors that were all around downtown Buffalo, on this bright and sunny Fall day!
Oh, and in other news, we decided to change the watermark on our blog photos from the Ayres graphic to just words, since the cute little graphic is so hard to see. What do we think, everyone? Yes? No? Maybe so? I don’t know…I was ready for a change, though. ;) Wow. That was a serious rhyme.
We started out in the “Naval Park” area in downtown Buff, which is sort of behind Pearl Street, or well, over in that area somewhere. I really dig these cobblestones.
Pretty Fall colors, and happy smiles! :)
This is definitely one of my favorites, but I think Bethany’s hair makes every shot just a little bit more amazing.
Bethany’s going to be a STUNNING bride, and I can’t wait to see it! ;)
One of the Steps to Success is definitely finding true love. :)
Lovin’ the focal switch in these next two…
So, as it started to get dark, we did a bunch of fun things with lighting, and slow exposures.
We had our hearts set on using the trains/train tracks, so we did a bunch of cool stuff with those…like this…
…and this. ;)
Aaaaaaannnnd, more cool lighting stuff!
I know, I know…it’s slightly overzealous of us to post three shots in a row of the moving trains; but, all of them have something unique about them, so I couldn’t choose just one. Where would be the fun in that? ;)
Bethany and Pete – thanks for being such an awesome couple, and for being so easy to work with (as we dragged you around the city to get all of these random cool shots – you were such troopers)!! Your wedding is going to be amazing, and we’re so excited that we get to be a part of it! :)