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I’m most at home with my camera when I’m surrounded by nature, photographing a couple in love and we have the luxury of time to let the couple relax and their emotions unfold naturally in front of my camera.

I had scouted this spot the day before Carrie & Daniel’s wedding, but thought the climb up the embankment in a wedding gown might be too much to ask a bride.

The next day, when Carrie said sure no problem, she made me the happiest photographer! The one picture I had really hoped to capture, that I didn’t think I had a chance to even attempt, came true!

As soon as I told Carrie & Daniel my photo idea, they could see it too and were just as excited about the photo as I was. I even love the extra pictures I snapped of Daniel helping his new wife up and down the embankment, but this is the one I love!

Because the branches and roots of the two trees were so entwined and busy, I kept the position of Carrie & Daniel rather simple so as to not compete with the messy roots below them.

When I caught up with Carrie & Daniel a few weeks later, they too loved the photo.

All photographs are the property of and copyrighted to Deb Boots.
Please do not reproduce or share without written consent unless you are the couple or family and friends of the couple.

If you are a wedding supplier involved in this wedding and wish to use any of these images
for the purposes of advertising your business this is classified as commercial use and is subject to licensing (read about commercial use here).
I’m more than happy for vendors to use images, but please ask permission first!
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