Photos are one of the most important and tangible ways to preserve the sweetest moments of life. For many couples, the first photos together are taken sometime in college or the years that follow. They can eventually look back and say that they walked alongside each other for 50, 60, or even 70 years. But as high school sweethearts, Jordan and Zach are some of the special few who might share 80 or more years together. Their story started early and the roots of their relationship have been growing for years. It is a remarkable thing to be high school sweethearts and to grow up alongside each other.
They quite literally grew up side by side. They’ve shared milestones like middle school graduation, senior prom, and the entirety of college (go Wildcats!). Their photos together will cover so many more years of life than most couples get to say they’ve shared. Someday when they look back on their collection of memories, they will be able to say that they got to witness so much of each other’s life.
Their late summer engagement session at Crane Beach served as yet another building block to their family history. It was the perfect September evening. The breeze was warm and the sun was low in the sky. Since it’s the beginning of shoulder season, we practically had the beach to ourselves. I couldn’t have asked for a better night to mark the last summer engagement session of the season!
To Jordan and Zach:
You two are sweet as can be. You’re kind, humble, and fit perfectly together. The way you look at each other is the mark of a love story with very deep roots. Continue investing in each other and the story you are writing because it is such a good one. I am so proud of you for the life you are building together and for the impact you are each having on your community. I’m honored to serve as your wedding photographer and to capture the next sweet season and milestone you share!
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Crane Beach Late Summer Engagement Session first appeared on www.kylashattuck.com on September 22, 2022.