Nathania and Jeremiah travelled all the way from Winnipeg to Vancouver to meet with their pastor who is going to marry them in the Philipeans. While they were visiting our beautiful scenic province of British Columbia, they decided to get their engagement photos done here. Nathania had found us on google and wanted to do an adventure engagement session with us. We chatted over the phone planning out where they wanted to go. She described mountains, Forrests, lakes and just anywhere that isn't a cityscape. Pitt lake can sometimes be over run with other photographers but for these two what a better place to go and see the mountains! Raincouver had other ideas. The clouds rolled in and stayed low. No mountains in sight the rain saturated the ground. We did have a plan B in place knowing how we tend to get a fair amount of rain in April. Sendall gardens In Langley was our perfect alternative. Not only is the park itself maintained beautifully with tall cedars surrounding, there is a charming little green house that is fully accessible. Its a little warm and humid for all the tropical plants inside but it was the perfect spot to warm up. The green house is open from April to October from 8am till dusk. Just be sure you close the door behind yourself coming in and out to minimize the cold air to keep the plants inside looking their best for all to enjoy. We spent some time wondering the park enjoying some of the new spring blooms that had popped up. We utilized umbrellas in between the sprinkles and the down pours. After awhile we decided to switch locations and they changed outfits. We made our way over to Campbell Valley Park (pre permit life haha). Nathania and Jeremiah had rain jackets that were red and yellow in reference to paddington bear. This was so clever and unique to them. We could tell they were feeling more comfortable in what they were wearing so we were able to play around a lot more. The absolutely loved Campbell Valley park as it reflected more of BC and nature. The tall grass and old growth trees really sparked their interest. We walked some of the trails exploring and saw the pond. We had an amazing time and felt honoured to be an BC ambassador for these two.