Spring is in the air. It’s beautiful outside and perfect for pictures. It’s just that time of year for outdoor engagement portraits. Wes proposed to Kathryn ear in January of this year. I was lucky enough to able to capture the proposal. Picture perfect. On a quiet January night, on a rooftop downtown, Wes proposed to Kathryn. She, of course, said yes! We love and are humbled by working with our clients for multiple shoots from proposal, engagements to weddings. We feel that it helps them get more comfortable and a better picture in the end. The rooftop of Oklahoma City’s Museum of Art is one of the best views of downtown OKC. It was a bit chilly up there in January, but it was worth it. Fast forward to March and Spring. We headed out to the historic Guthrie, Oklahoma for an engagement session. I’m no historian and I don’t know all the historical meaning of Guthrie to Oklahoma’s history. But I do know it was the first capital of Oklahoma and it has kept it’s Victorian architecture. It is just simply cool and beautiful.
We started the afternoon at the Guthrie Masonic Temple. I believe it was the first location of the state capitol. It has these great columns with the Victorian architecture. After we just strolled around downtown. Their downtown is amazing. All these little local shops and everyone is so nice. We ventured a bit off the path and found these abandoned silos. We finished out with a beautiful warm sunset. I found this fallen tree just sitting perfect in the sunset. Best wishes to Wes & Kathryn. We look forward to their wedding this Spring.