August 1, 2017

Foggy Santa Cruz Engagement Session

Foggy Engagement Session on the Santa Cruz Coast

I was feeling slightly nervous as I waited for Jordan and Josh to arrive for their Santa Cruz beach engagement session, the fog was rolling in quickly and we planned for a sunset shoot, I should’ve known better as a native Californian because in the hot summer months in California the inland heats up and the fog rolls into the coast towards the end of the day.  Jordan and Josh being born and raised on the coast in California were so easy breezy about the weather and just rolled with it, no pun intended 😉   I was secretly super stoked that it was foggy, fog is beautiful and I love California for all of it’s weather and not just the sunshine.

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4 Comments

Elizabeth Birdsong Photography

This foggy beach engagement looks like a California dream! Beautiful work- they look like such a happy bride and groom to be!!!

04:37 September 7, 2017
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Danyel Stapleton

What a stunning foggy engagement session on the Santa Cruz coast. I love her dress!!

11:36 September 7, 2017
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melanieweitzenkorn

The fog is sooo perfect for this santa cruz engagement session! You would think it was planned, it came out looking awesome. Cant wait to see photos of their wedding day.

15:08 September 12, 2017
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adumamusa

The fog makes this session so dreamy! Beautiful work by the this Santa Cruz Photographer!

14:19 September 18, 2017
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