Krystin and I have been friends for several years now – we even survived Hurricane Sandy together. When she told me she met Jeff and wanted to come out to California for their engagement session, I was ecstatic ( I have never used that word in a sentence ever, hence, it should convey how happy I was ) . Not only because I knew there wouldn’t be gale force winds, but because I knew how much Jeff means to her to fly to another state for a session. I mean really, how many people fly out for their engagement session? Insert the hashtag lucky, hashtag awesome, hashtag amazing friends.

But alas, I digress.  A tour of some cool locations I have been wanting to shoot at was in order.  The locations were in complete opposite directions, so we split their session up and photographed over  two days. The first day we walked through Henry Cowell State Park – the second day was on top of a mountain. Another reason for wanting to split the session up (aside from distance) was the fact that I wanted to give them two different looks and feels to the imagery. The first one was more moody and romantic, the second more clean and classic. Part 2 will be up shortly, but in the meantime, you will just have to content yourselves with part 1.

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