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When you first meet Shannon and Damien, you can't help but notice how incredibly cute they are as a couple. At our first meeting as we shared stories, laughed and answered questions, and as we talked, they quietly held hands, stole glances and smiled.

Many of my couples come to me through a referral from a friend, family member or co-worker, but this was not the case with Shannon and Damien. So for me it was a little strange not knowing anything about them before we met. However, I got to learn a good deal at that first meeting.

Damien just got out of the Army and is now a nursing student at UK. Shannon is originally from Wisconsin and working as a manager here in Lexington. Shannon also informed me that they have the two cutest puppies in the world. So when we were planning their engagement photos we wanted to do something that incorporated the whole family.

Meet Shannon, Damien, Chloe and Riley. Chloe and Riley are two of the cutest pups in the world. (Shhhhh Don't tell my Bianka. She thinks she's the cutest.)

When were trying to choose a location for the engagement session, Shannon only had one request. "Can we have some place with water?" This makes sense, after all she is from Wisconsin. ( Go Packers! )

Just one problem. Our little town of Lexington isn't exactly known for having abundant water features. We don't have a river, or a lake, but what we do have is the large psuedo lake at Jacobson park. Perfect.

To be totally honest, it had been a really long time since I had been to Jacobson, but I was pleasantly surprised. We had plenty of wonderful places to shoot. Another thing that Shannon had confessed, was that she loved sunset photos. So I tried to time things such that we would get some nice silhouettes with the water. (You know how much I love a silhouette shot. I just can't help myself. )

I'm happy to say, today, Shannon and Damein will be saying I do, and you will get to see more of them in the near future.

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