(This is your warning… I loved too many of these to pick just a few to share. MAJOR picture overload ahead!)
I mentioned that all the previous photos I showed you before were taken in Boston’s Chinatown. Before we hit up Chinatown, we had the awesome privilege and pleasure to take some photos in a more industrial setting””Boston Sand and Gravel!
Boston Sand and Gravel is located by the Zakum Bridge and right under I-93. Rachel called ahead to secure the location, and the company was even nice enough to provide us with our escort (Hi, Alan! 🙂 ).
The location was so cool because it provided us with so many interesting and unique backdrops… I love the barrels in the background of these next few shots.
If I had to pick a favorite series of pictures though, it would have to be these three.
Like most wedding photography, our after-shoot featured mostly me, the bride, but I love this shot of my handsome hubby. 🙂
This one is one of my favorites of the session:
So is this one… and it also happens to be Rachel’s session favorite:
While we were leaving the plant, we saw some old train cars and tracks, and we just HAD to stop to take some photos.
Mr. Toucan has a strange affinity to trains and subway cars, so these are his favorite shots!This shoot was SO much fun – I think both of us felt like models for a day! 😉
Do you plan on doing any sort of after-wedding shoot?
*Please credit all photos to Rachel Hadiashar of MERGE Weddings.