One day, Natasha looked at the leftover Black Forest cake in her fridge and thought of this cute guy from law school. The next day she presented it to him in a tupperware container between classes. The next time Samir would buy a Black Forest cake would be to set a picnic on the gorgeous shore at Deep Cove, to propose.
Samir is so effortlessly romantic, Natasha – so adorable and quirky. It’s amazing to be around them. There’s such a quiet tenderness between these two souls, I want to call their love … classic.
My favourites from our Stanley Park session are definitely from the Brockton Point Lighthouse – I felt transformed to some place Mediterranean, this is what I imagine some island Greece would feel like… The light was so soft and delicious, the air – still and filled with love.
And the beloved Black Forest cake! They are lucky to have forgotten napkins – I would’ve been encouraging them to get much messier 🙂 view portfolio | connect with katya on facebook & twitter | email katya
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