Coup de foudre
Spring is a great time to visit the Scarborough Bluffs for an engagement session because of the smaller crowds. Adrien, who is French, described falling for Yulia the first time he laid eyes on her. Coup de foudre seems to be the appropriate french expression here. Meeting Yulia was like being struck by lightning and Adrien has been professing his love to her in a sexy french accent ever since. Who can blame him, really. Yulia is a beautiful woman who just happens to be a Doctor and a florist. Are you scratching your head yet? You’re telling me she saves lives and makes beautiful flower arrangements for a living? Incredible! If you are ever in need of beautiful blooms then please check out her work at Blooms Studio. Needless to say, I cannot wait to see the flowers she has in store for her upcoming wedding – it’s going to be EPIC! Adrien, on the other hand, is a wine connoisseur. He can definitely teach you a thing or two about the nuances of a cabernet sauvignon. I don’t think the guests will be complaining much about the wine selection at their dinner table this July.
On this particular day, the Scarborough Bluffs beach was very hard to reach because of the recent heavy rainfall. Our lovely couple woke up at 6am and managed to make their way down to the beach shortly after sunrise. They slid and slipped their way down to the water, nearly falling on several occasions, to get their epic morning photographs. Thank you so much for being troopers!
We had so much fun in the morning that we agreed on having a second session. A wardrobe change and many hours later, we ended up at the Harbourfront. By this time, these two were naturals in front of the camera. I didn’t really have to give much direction and just followed them along. They’ve had more than their share of practice in the morning and acted as though I wasn’t even there. Can’t wait for your July wedding!
Sunrise at the Scarborough Bluffs