December 7, 2021

Noblesville Photographer with Molly and Jordan

FILED IN: Engagements

The tall grass swayed as a gentle breeze slipped over the field. In the middle of the field, Molly and Jordan hugged. Smiles lit up their faces at the warmth of the embrace on a chilly winter day. This Noblesville photographer had so much fun capturing these early winter photos with Molly and Jordan! I don’t make it often for shoots when it’s this cold, but I’m really glad I got to do this with Molly and Jordan. They were so adorable with each other. It made this shoot a breeze.

Did you love these photos from this Noblesville photographer?

If you loved the photos in this post, then check out some of our other recent posts.

Firstly, check out this amazing engagement shoot with Elena and Ross at the Indiana Dunes National Park! Elena and Ross were so such great sports, making the trip from Indy all the way up to Lake Michigan for their engagement photos. It was also freezing cold on the day of the shoot, but they braved the weather and especially the ice cold breeze coming off the lake. The photos turned out amazing though because of the beautiful sunset over the lake and light reflecting off the placid surface of the water. The water was still that looking down at it was like looking into a mirror.

Also, check out this charming engagement session with Madelyn and Justin! Their engagement session also took place at Potter’s Bridge in Noblesville. We just love this little park. It is only a few miles from downtown Noblesville and it has amazing transitions from fields to meadows to forest that make it feel like a much bigger park. Plus the covered bridge is always a beautiful spot to visit.

Lastly, check out this sweet engagement shoot with Hannah and Cole! We did their engagement session in downtown Zionsville with a follow up at Starkey Park. It was gorgeous in Zionsville in early autumn.

If you’re looking to plan an engagement shoot, then check out our blog post full of great locations in the Indy area for engagement sessions!

If you’re in Noblesville, consider visiting Potter’s Bridge Park. It’s a great place!

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