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Cozy Couple Session | A Quiet Weekend Getaway

Couples Engagements Uncategorized Weddings
February 6, 2018

Uh, yeah. This couple session was a dream.

Ashley and Alex live several hours apart; they’ve become adept in the fine art of making their weekends together count. And this one was no exception. They rented this gorgeous Airbnb in Jacksonville’s Urban Core that had a real mid-century feel so they could luxuriate uninterrupted.

I stopped in with my camera and lenses to help them tell a little of their story. If it’s not obvious that these two are just crazy about each other, then, yeah, I suck as photographer.

Yeah, no. They need to go ahead and get married on a Himalayan mountainside or a secluded island in the South Pacific so I can photograph that destination wedding.

Yespleaseandthanks.

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Check out this other in-home session.

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