A crisp fall engagement at Fiesta Winery was complimented by hues of reds, oranges, yellows and deep greens. David and Janessa felt like old friends that we just happened to meet up with at the Winery. We couldn’t have picked a better day.
This location offered a front-row seat to picturesque views you can only experience in this part of the Hill Country. The winery was peaceful, and we were allowed to roam the property. From grand oaks to stunning vines, to open fields . The opportunities were endless. They danced in the open fields, and David swung Janessa up and twirled her around.
As the light dropped through the trees, the beams of light acted like spotlights for the two, and Eric put the drone in the air.
Drone photography always provides for a view of a space and a couple you wouldn’t see otherwise.
As the drone lifted into the air. I had the couple move through the vines, almost as if were weren’t there. They held hands and ran through the vineyard together. Photographers always talk about making a day of your session. You dress up. Get your hair and makeup done, and have nothing else scheduled for the day. We mean what we say. Take the time to enjoy that moment, and each other, because weddings can be chaotic, so take those little moments with your special someone.
We packed up our gear, and hugs were shared, and we left those two as they sipped some wine on the back porch of Fiesta Winery. The perfect end to an engagements session. Their wedding at Liney Moon this April will come soon!