We had such a fun bridal session with Heather, another one of our Aggie brides, and thanks to her father, she had an awesome muscle car as a prop.  We started out at the George Bush Library at Texas A&M and hit some of the popular spots, including the bridge and pavilion by the pond.  We then hit the huge Aggie Ring at the Clayton Williams Alumni building before heading to her parent’s house for set with her dad’s Ford Mustang.  Heather’s parent’s hospitality was amazing!  Her mom offered Erika and I cool iced tea after sweating outside for a couple of hours and her dad and I had a great conversations over cars and cameras.  The group promptly sprung to action, after our fifteen minute refresher and started working on a capturing some fantastic images with the bride and her dad’s Mustang.  The paint glistened as the sun poured through the fingertips of the trees and their outstretched limbs.  Then clickety-click, and we were off to the final destination:  the famed Administration building with its soaring columns and picturesque setting.  As we arrived, the Corps of Cadets were finishing up some group pictures and we patiently waited until we heard the sound of metal clinking taps and spurs to the pavement.  We finished our session as the sun set over Aggieland and Heather could finally relax until her wedding day.  Stay tuned for the rest of Heather and Mark’s wedding, coming soon!