I recently had the pleasure of meeting up with Lindsey and Daniel in Washington, DC for their engagement session! The day of our shoot was originally scheduled as hot and sunny, but we realized the day before (and on the day of) that we were going to be dodging some stormy weather. Luckily, by the time I arrived in DC, the huge storm that plagued most of the afternoon was on its way out, so we hit the jackpot! Lindsey and Daniel were interested in hitting up one of my favorite locations in DC, the World War I Memorial. This is an awesome location, because although it's on the mall and very close to the WWII Memorial, it's tucked away just enough to lend itself to some privacy. Not to mention, it's just a really cool memorial! We took quite a few shots there and then tried a few different shots near the WWII Memorial on our way out. You can tell by the first photo that the storm was leaving, and everything was becoming a niceÂ glistening gold as the sun was going down. By the time we left, the sky was so blue and gorgeous (with a few storm clouds approaching in the distance)!Â Â I couldn't be happier with the photos that we got! Many thanks to Lindsey and Daniel for a super fun session! I can't wait for your wedding next year!
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