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If you ever visit Mount Pleasant, SC which is just a few miles from Charleston, SC you need to make a visit to Boone Hall Plantation! Its just plain gorgeous. Its the low country at its finest.
We enjoyed a gorgeous evening back in May, taking Christine and Turner's engagement pictures.
I can not wait for their wedding in December at the Rice House in Charleston!
If you missed last nights sunset, it was absolutely gorgeous! I was driving home from a fun and beautiful engagement session, in Hartsville at Kalmia Gardens, I had to stop and just stare because it was so beautiful!
We had such an enjoyable time taking Eric and Emily's engagement pictures. The leaves this year are gorgeous.
I can't wait for their wedding next June!
Despite all the mosquitos, we had a great time chasing the sunset on Saturday. Let me just tell you how much I love a good end of summer, almost fall sunset!
I can't wait for Liz and German's wedding in July 2017!
We braved the rain and mosquitos for this session. We planned for it to be out at a reserve over looking the Santee, with lots and lots of standing water. The mosquitos, were the size of dinosaurs, not even joking! But we managed to get some cute ones with an umbrella, that i just happened to have in the car and didn't get bit too bad. Enjoy!
I was honored to be able to take engagement, along with some commercial photography out at Tanglewood Plantation, 2 weeks ago. Tanglewood Plantation, dates back to 1830's! Gorgeous is an understatement and the pictures do not even do this place justice!
I met the owners Dr. Dyce and his wife Jamie Dyce. They're amazing. Jamie, is so hospitable! I highly recommend Tanglewood Plantation, to someone looking for a place for their wedding, reception or any other event!
Upon entering Tanglewood, you're greeted with a beautiful entrance. A white fence and beautiful "Tangled" trees.
An old school house, is located on the left, of the circular drive way, leading to the plantation. This will become the "groom" hangout during a wedding.
The plantation's, double porch, brick entrance, and landscaping are stunning. It took my breath away when I drove up.
Every time there was a wedding on the property, a love bench was built!
Hanging moss and a beautiful sunset, through the trees = Southern Dream
The old smoke house is located behind the plantation. Along with brand new brick pavers and a fountain.
A brand new pool, is located in the back right of the property. The commercial kitchen is located inside the pool house, for catering needs during events, such as weddings.
Finally, at the back is this old barn. The wood on the barn is gorgeous. I happened to see it after it rained. It took on a purple and green color. Beautiful.
I hope you enjoyed seeing Tanglewood Plantation! To book your next event, which I highly recommend, you can find them on Facebook, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the website tanglewoodplantation.com
I had the honor of taking Nick and Laine out to Tanglewood Plantation, in Lynchburg for their engagement pictures. It's by far, one of the pretties plantations I've had the honor of taking pictures at. I've got a blog post coming shortly all about Tanglewood, stay tuned.
We arrived and starting taking pictures right away. We were trying to move rather quickly, because it was thundering in the distance. We made it pretty much around the grounds and decided to head towards the back of the grounds where there's a beautiful old barn.
We were a few feet from the barn and it started to pour. I mean cats and dogs pour! So, we hid under the carport part of the barn, which happens to have a brand new roof. About 15 mins into the downpour, it began to thunder and lighting bad. Just as it got bad, lighting struck in a field not even 20 feet in front of us! I felt it in my feet and legs. I screamed, Laine grabbed us and Nick just stood in shock. I will forever remember that moment!
After the storm passed, we had about 20 mins of light left. We took 10 of those 20 mins, trying to find where the lighting struck. We couldn't find it, so we took pictures in front of the beautiful barn to remember it by! I'm sure none of us will ever forget it.
We have one more session at a different location and than their wedding in June 2016.
The barn was beautiful before, but after the rain the wood picked up some amazing colors!
P.S. This was after the down pour and almost getting struck by lightening!
Hanna contacted me and needed some engagement photos done, fast! We had to reschedule because the day we had on the calendar, ended up raining. The day that we reschedule just happened to have a beautiful sunset. Congrats to Hanna and Austin on your engagement, I hope your big day is beautiful! Enjoy