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It’s Classic Car Night at Old Towne Kissimmee, FL. She’s out with her girlfriend, just having a good time, not knowing what the evening has in store, when she bumps into a handsome stranger. Laughing at her clumsiness, she apologizes… and realizes hey, maybe she’s not sorry after all! He’s pretty cute!

Throughout the night, they continue to run into each other. Was it just fate, or was the attraction so strong that they made the “accidental” occurrences happen? Neither will admit it, but the look in their eyes suggests that there may have been some intentional bumping-into going on. Fortunately, they did finally have the nerve to talk to each other that evening, proving that sometimes you don’t need to look where you are going to find where you need to be.

We met up with Karen & Vincent in Savannah on a fair February day. The first time I spoke with Karen on the phone, I just fell in love with her. She’s so genuine and caring and outgoing that I felt like I had known her for years. I had only spoken to Vincent briefly a couple times before the engagement session, but it didn’t take long for me to see in his eyes that Karen was his sweetheart. Even though he didn’t share Karen’s enthusiasm for being in photos (she affectionately calls him the “ghost”), he was patient and posed shot after shot just to make her smile.

Karen & Vincent, we had such a blast with you both! We definitely can’t wait until 2010 to see you again. Hopefully we’ll be able to meet up again before your wedding date! : )

One Response to “Karen & Vincent – Engagement Photos in Savannah”

  1. Corinna Hoffman Photography says:

    That was me that deleted the first comment.. I forgot my sis-in-law was using my laptop.. so I was logged in under her name when I left a message ;-)

    As I was saying, yay for fisheye!! I see that you’ve been using it a lot too! Yay for fisheye!! :) That’s my ultimate favorite lens ever :)

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