In July we had the privilege of capturing some family photos of the “S” Family. After being able to capture both their Engagement and Wedding Photos , it was great to be a part of their first family photos. We absolutely adored Baby K and saw a clear extension of their love in him. The photos were taken on a very hot, sunny day at a local farm in Eganville Ontario. There wasn’t much shade to be found but that did not stop us nor this amazing family! We are very happy for this couple and their little man and we wish them much happiness as they watch him grow. We have included a few pictures of this families journey with us below. Thanks you for letting us be a part of your special moments together!
Kaitlin and Johnny are high school sweethearts and they are getting married in July! Last October Jenn took them out to a friend’s farm to capture some “Save the Date” photographs to help announce their upcoming wedding. It was a chilly day and they had to contend with the season’s first snow fall but I think they had a great time. Our Friend L’s farm is a great setting and offers us rustic barns and wood fences and an overall relaxed feeling.
We decided on a fields and flowers feel for the rest of the engagement session that we did this spring. We are really looking forward to Kaitlin and Johnny’s wedding. These two are so in love and just so sweet, we can’t wait until July!
On Saturday June 6th Jenn and I had the pleasure of celebrating our beautiful Bonnechere River!
I participate in a mass paddle from Wilber Lake to Eganville, and Jenn was waiting on shore to capture some great photos of the group as we arrived back and of all the events on shore. The event was organized by Mark Jones and he did a tremendous job organizing such a great day!
After registering in the morning canoes and kayaks were transport to Wilber Lake, Paddlers boarded the bus at the Eganville Arena where the paddlers met to start our day. The group outing was blessed with a few words and song by Mr. Ross and then it was time to take to the water. According to Mr. Jones this was the best attended paddle to date.
Jean Brereton`s Drumming Circle greeted the paddlers as they arrived back at the public beach in Eganville. Once on shore everyone was able to enjoy some great local music and some fresh, locally produced food was available from the Ottawa Valley Food Co-operative.
There are several more Celebrate Our River Events and Paddles planned for spring and summer 2015.
If you would like more information please visit the website: http://www.bonnechereriver.ca/brwp-events.