The roots of an old tree stuck up out of the ground. The river’s recent flood having washed away most of the earth that would have kept them covered. Katie and Aaron sat on top of the root, cuddling in the light filtering through the leaves overhead. It was a perfect moment and there were so many perfect moments just like this throughout this shoot. We loved capturing this Strawtown Koteewi Park engagement session!
Not only was this an amazing shoot with two great people, but I think we found our new favorite park to shoot in. We live a lot closer to Strawtown Koteewi than most of the Indy parks, and this park just has it all. A lovely winding river. A beautiful wooded area next to the river. Gorgeous, wide open fields. This park transitions from each area to the next gracefully and it makes for gorgeous photos. We love it.
Did you love this Stawtown Koteewi Park engagement session?
If you loved these photos, then check out some of our other recent blog posts!
Firstly, check out out engagement photo location guide! We have been shooting engagement sessions in Indianapolis for the last ten years. So we have a little experience with what the best places are for shoots and we thought it would be a great idea to share that for all of the couples out there who are currently looking for a location for their engagement shoot. We broke things down based on types of locations, so if you’re looking for something specific, like a farm/field type of look, then we have a bunch of different locations to help.
Also, check out this autumn engagement session that was posted on the blog just yesterday with Katelyn and Nick! This session took place at Coxhall Gardens and it’s gorgeous!
Lastly, check out this sweet engagement session with Shayna and Aaron at Provider Coffee. This engagement shoot was so much fun (plus we always love a shoot that involves great drinks).
If you loved the photos in this post, consider visiting Strawtown Koteewi Park for your engagement session or just for a day out with the family. It’s in Hamilton County and it’s close to us. But more importantly, it’s just a great park. You’ll love hiking there.