Posted April 7, 2011 | 2 Comments
We’re loving Liz and Chris’s rustic North Carolina engagement shoot. For their engagement shoot we travel to the small town of Cameron, NC which once was known as the “Dewberry Capital of the World” where Liz’s parents own a horse farm. The farm proved to be the ideal place for taking engagement photos with all of it’s rustic charm and natural elements. Their North Carolina engagement photographer Carolyn from Carolyn Scott Photography tells us,
“All of the pictures below were taken on their property… and an amazing property it is. They have fields, horses, ponds, waterfalls, and old school graveyards. For real. It’s pretty much like if someone chucked a state park in your backyard and told you it was yours. It was one of the best locations I’ve had the opportunity to shoot in and we had a crazy fun time despite a few run-ins with ticks and the 85 degree heat in mid-March. ;) Liz and Chris are so sweet and genuinely nice individuals and I’m so excited to work with them on their surely rad wedding.”
Love these images? Check out more from this talented Raleigh wedding photographer at http://www.carolynscottphotography.com.
All images courtesy of Carolyn Scott Photography. All Rights Reserved.
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