“…and then, I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?”
― Vincent van Gogh

I love a wedding near the woods, and I love an engagement session with plenty of green. Stay tuned for the next update, it’s going to be an another amazing engagement session you won’t want to miss!

I’ve also discovered a new place, a little bit past Allen Brooks Nature Center. As a side note, Vernon is strange. All the great places around here for photos.

It used to be a tree farm. However, they turned it into a dog park not too long ago. The trees, however, have stayed. So there’s all these trees imported from England, London, US, Utah, Texas, Washington, South America….the list goes on. A lot of different kinds of trees, and yet another unique place I can take some engagement photos.

Which is exactly what I’ll be doing today. Taking amazing engagement photos. I’ve got something really special in mind, as always.

Did anyone miss the first day of spring? It was on the 20th. Four days ago. I believe they also call it the Spring Equinox. I learned it as the Vernal Equinox growing up. It’s the time when the sun crosses the plane of the earth’s equator, making night and day of approximately equal length all over the earth. Nature is so cool.