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Eric + Taylor

Fall sunrise shoots are ideal for me.

I love mornings. fresh morning air always stirs something within me. When Eric and Taylor said they would be up for doing a sunrise shoot at Narrows of the Harpeth, I knew we would soon be fast friends. 

The week prior to our adventure shoot, I had scouted out some spots with amazing views, but the day we picked actually ended up being extremely foggy. At first, we hoped the fog would lift, then we realized that foggy adventures should be embraced and it ended up being better than I could have imagined. 

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After hanging out by the river for a bit, we headed up the trails to the bluff overlook and magic happened.

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Making the effort to wake up early and explore together makes all the different for your engagement shoot. I always tell people that the photographs we make together will only be as good as the effort you are willing to put in. 

I'm so grateful for couples like Eric and Taylor who were willing to walk around and explore with me. 


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PS: If you are in the Nashville area, Harpeth River State Park (specifically Narrows of the Harpeth) is a well kept secret that needs to get out. Seriously, go explore it!