It was a beautiful winter day in Central Park. All nature was covered in white like Christmas fairytale. It supposed to be a regular walk with friends and dogs in Northern part of Central park, but it was actually planned as a wedding proposal. There are an estimated 600,000 dogs residing throughout New York City. To accommodate that, Central Park provides 23 areas where New Yorkers can enjoy the outdoors with their pets. So, it was a favorite place of Jim, Jasmine and their little pet J&J. They have met here, when Jasmine just had got J&J. Jim walked around and only thought about buying a pet. They immediately noticed that the name of J&J seemed like folded of first litters of their names.
Young and beautiful sweethearts connected with love among severe winter! I was actually happy that Jim decided to choose it as the place of life-changing moment and location for wedding photoshoot. Central Park is an amazing and masterpiece place. Most captivating pictures in my wedding photograph portfolio were made in Central Park during the winter months. It enclosed by stone walls, from 59th Street to 110th Street, between Central Park West and 5th Ave. Opposite sides of the street house museums, art galleries, restaurants, and million-dollar apartment buildings coveted for their views. Many guidebooks advise to avoid Central Park after dark, but several areas are well-lit, and produce lots of cool backgrounds. Several organized events, such as photo walks or holiday shows, occur in the evenings. City kids treat Central Park like their own backyard to build snowmen, igloos, and host epic snowball fights.
After nice wedding photoset, we have jointed to one of the “snowy” activities. Jim and Jasmine looked like little kids, filled with love and happiness of being close to each other. Really great day for everyone of us!