I firmly believe that all of my favorite sessions have started with an obscure dirt road. This stands true for Brad & Molly’s Lover’s Leap engagement session. As I made the drive from Bristol to Woolwine, Virginia it felt as if I were being transported to somewhere in the Scottish Highlands. It could have been the fact I was listening to the Outlander series on audiobook, but I truly felt like I had left the country! I was equally excited to put my Subaru to good use climbing up backroads and onto a cow pasture for their Lover’s Leap photos.
I’m always up for a good adventure and getting to take a drive off the beaten path for a Lover’s Leap gap engagement session is absolutely refreshing! I love when my couples leave with a story behind their sessions, which is absolutely true for Brad and Molly. It’s also so much fun to have a chance to bond before the big day–not to mention the funny moments we can share throughout the wedding day!
Brad and Molly are so much fun to be around and it’s obvious how deeply in love they are. Throughout the entire Lover’s Leap engagement session it was so hard to get them to stop laughing long enough to take a photo! (It didn’t help that we had a couple donkeys clowning around the whole time!) I cannot wait for these two to get hitched next spring at Middle Fork Barn in Abingdon, but in the meantime here are a few of my favorites from their engagement at Lover’s Leap!
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