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My first Philadelphia, PA engagement session! We spent the afternoon near the rocky steps and watched the sun go down at the Water Works Gazebo at Fairmount Park. Ever see the gazebo at sunset? It casts an impressive shadow that’s hard to miss.

Oh and, randomly finding a tandem bike rental = the best.

Stay tuned for their wedding post next week! I’m still super late on blog posts but I’m catching up.

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Aditi & Naresh had their colorful and elegant Indian wedding at the famous Grounds For Sculpture in New Jersey. It was my first time shooting at the venue and I’m glad I had the opportunity. They had their Hindu ceremony at the ‘Nine Muses’ which is a grouping carved by artist Carlos Dorrien.

This place is a wedding photographer’s paradise because it’s essentially a sculpture garden where “art and nature are always at play”

In this blog, you’ll be able to see their Mehndi, Sangeet, Wedding & Reception.

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Aditi + Naresh – Indian Wedding at Grounds For Sculpture
Grounds For Sculpture Indian Wedding

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  • September 6, 2015 - 12:33 pm

    Shanti Jeffrey - Awesome pics so professionally done the bride stunning handsome groom beautiful wedding love it love the couple’s outfits so colorfulReplyCancel