A Springtime Keeneland Engagement Session | Tracy & Steven

I promised you all some blog posts this week, and look at this! It’s Monday, and I’ve already got one for you πŸ™‚ Get excited!

If you’ve been reading my blog in the last year since we’ve moved to Nashville, you’ve no doubt heard me gush over and over about how much I love Nashville. And every bit of it’s true! But I have to say that the longer I’m away, the more the soft spot in my heart for Lexington, Ky grows. I grew up just outside Lexington (in Nicholasville), and went to school in Lexington from grades 4-12. There is just something beautiful and vibrant about Lexington…especially in the spring!

So I was needless to say, thrilled, when we set a weekend to shoot Tracy and Steven’s engagement session! We chose Keeneland, an icon of horse racing in central Kentucky, and it was glorious in all it’s spring beauty. But even the lovely blooming flowers and bright blue skies paled in comparison to Tracy and Steven and how happy and in love they are πŸ™‚ Tracy is one of my oldest friends, and I am unbelievably happy that she has found such a soul mate in Steven. The first time I saw them together and hung out with them together, it was like they had always been together. They just fit. And it’s awesome πŸ™‚

Here are some of my favorite images of the day!

Kite engagement session

We had absolutely perfect kite flying weather!

I posted this image for their sneak peek, but I like it so much, I’m posting it again!

I love the peaceful feeling of these images

So cute πŸ™‚

First they’re playful, then they’re sweet πŸ™‚ (And the light at the end of our session–GORGEOUS! Loved it!)

We can’t wait for Tracy and Steven’s wedding in August, I know it will be amazing!

Thanks for taking the time to look, everyone (ha-just noticed that all my favorites today are vertical. Funny!)! Have a happy Monday!

  • April 29, 2011 - 6:58 am

    karen halbert - Wow, Jen! LOVE LOVE LOVE your work…hopping on over from Photog Redefined. Hope to meet you soon! Amazing!

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