As summer comes to an end, the sunset sessions get dreamier and dreamier. However, they also come with a sacrifice - the heat. While it wasn't a long session, you should have seen poor Chad's beads of sweat rolling down his face!
Let's give you a little more information though about this photogenic couple. Before their session, I had no idea who Chaney & Chad were. Having never met them before, it was strange that I found myself chatting with Chad & Chaney as if we had met before and hearing their story just seemed so familiar to me. Chad is a Floyd County boy & Chaney is a West Virginia girl. Chaney is a traveling nurse but that didn't stop her from meeting Chad. Around a year later, after a taxing day at work, Chaney was chilling at home trying to decompress when Chad decided, "Let's go feed the fish outside". Her reply was "okay", but what was coming turned a simple "okay" into a "YES"! While breaking the bread to feed the fish, Chaney turned & saw Chad on one knee and the rest is history.
Chaney then contacted me to set up her engagement session for the middle of August. and we chose Triple J Farm. Chaney was looking for rustic, fields & hay...with a bonus of horses in the background. Located in the fields of Catawba, when you arrive you just feel "at home". Normally, I couple weddings & engagements together but Chaney just mentioned that engagement photos would do for now. Little did I know, until this humid sunset engagement that this couple wanted to pursue a ceremony at Glacier National Park in Montana. Sounds dreamy right - right! I couldn't imagine a more beautiful place for them to say their vows. Chad & Chaney - I cannot tell you enough how excited I am for your future. You two are unique in every way & I love the way you hold each other. I wish you all the best and cannot wait to see what the road ahead holds for you!