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Southampton Engagement Photography :: A Proposal

Engagement

Happy Friday! One week from today and I will be on my way to Europe for 4 months. Today is also the last shoot I’m doing before leaving. It happens to be my favorite kind too. Can you guess? Definitely ending things on a high note.

This is a proposal I shot a few weeks back for a friend of mine. Proposal turned mini e-sesh. It was a complete surprise and I was posing like I was just taking a photo of the sunset. Very fun to be a part of. Here is Andrew and Hannah ::

 

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