The Cloisters Fort Tryon and Central Park Engagement Pictures – Lily and John
Today, I spent the better half of the late afternoon hanging out with Lily and John for their engagement session. Exactly where they were going to have their pictures taken was up for debate for several weeks. We definitely knew that it would have to go along with the theme of their wedding. After several ideas that were passed back and forth, we settled on The Cloisters at Fort Tryon Park and Central Park’s Bethesda Terrace. The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that’s devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. The stone and iron work around the museum lent itself for some spectacular imagery. This was exactly the type of imagery that Lily and John had in mind to complement their wedding day photos. They will be getting married at the beautiful Park Avenue Christian Church in the Upper East Side, another grand and magnificent place. After our session at The Cloisters we took a break and chilled out a bit at New Leaf, a restaurant nestled away in Fort Tryon before our final location in Central Park where we finished our day. Lily and John are an adorable couple and I am very much looking forward to their wedding. Enjoy the montage and some of my favorite images of the day.
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