Rainy Lubbock Engagement Session

Naomi and Matthew have a knack for having adventurous sessions. Their first session included getting up at 2:30 in the morning so we could get sunrise pictures at the Salt Basin Dunes. (Check out that session here!) And now, their rainy Lubbock engagement session almost needed to be canceled due to the weather. But it ended up perfectly. The rainy weather gave us a beautiful sky, a rainbow, and a lightning flash! You don’t want to miss this session!

I was nervous as I watched the forecast for the the evening. Driving out to Lubbock, I heard that it was pouring. But just in time, the weather cleared up.

We tried out two new locations, and I loved both of them! We started our session in the Vintage Township, and it was absolutely beautiful! Naomi’s dress fit perfectly with the background, the Town Hall venue made a perfect backdrop, and We got some fun shots, including some walking shots, which are always a favorite of mine.

Just as we were finishing up there, it started to sprinkle. Then we headed to the other side of town, where our second location was. I’ve shot at Mackenzie Park before, but never in this area. There was a big pond, a nice bridge, and a random staircase that looked pointless but gave great images!

It was raining when we got there, but as we got out, the rain stopped and the sun came out to give us some beautiful glow! Here is where we got some of our epic shots, with a rainbow, a gorgeous sky, and a lightning flash in the background of one!

Matthew and Naomi, thank you so much for allowing me to take your engagement pictures! May God bless you in your this stage of life as you approach your marriage!

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