We started off our session where Curt proposed on campus at Texas A&M. When we approached the bench where he asked Ashlyn to marry him, the bright orange color of the construction fence that blocked a portion of the area had Curt thinking of alternate benches nearby.  Throwing caution to the wind, I started moving the obnoxious barrier that stood in our way and Curt followed my lead.  When we finished, we politely moved it back to its proper place and felt satisfied that we captured the location where their lives began to merge.  Before we left A&M, we stopped off by the Century tree near the Academic Building, meanwhile dodging a soon to be groom (hopefully) nervously waiting on his lady.

Bluebonnets, bluebonnets, bluebonnets!  The only one of two weeks here in the Brazos Valley that Bluebonnets lifted their heads from the soil to greet the world, happened to be on the weekend that we shot Ashlyn & Curt’s Engagement Session.  Curt affectionately called the next location our “Honey-hole” and Ashlyn said they’d been looking for a place exactly as this one.  An old Ford truck made a great prop for our session amongst a backdrop of rolling hills, green and blue.

What better way to end the session than with a Texas country themed setting.  The ingredients:  A great looking couple, a cedar log fence, a cowboy hat, and boots.  Congrats you two!  We’re looking forward, now, to the bridal session!

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