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Amy & Meg | New York Engagement

February 25, 2011

Amy & Meg live in a lovely world. They’ve carved out a home and life with their puppy Ruby across the river in Hoboken and from here the Manhattan skyline spreads out on the horizon, the most beautiful view of the city I can imagine. They brunch in little local establishments on the ground floors of brownstones and amuse themselves at an oddly and wonderfully high-end bowling alley across the river in Port Authority, of all places. They’ve dedicated their lives to being educators and they take empowerment and knowledge seriously, but not much else. They met in Teach for America many years ago and slowly but surely grew to love and trust one another in the way that few couples get the chance to experience. We spent a sunny day exploring their town together, where I was surprised by the old world beauty of the Hoboken train station, invited into their cozy home and constantly entertained by their laughter, antics and friendship.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 25, 2011 12:02 pm

    these are so lovely and amazing (just like amy and meg). bravo on the pics — these are so super perfect and they are SO amy and meg. love!

  2. Jodie Barnhart permalink
    March 8, 2011 10:59 am

    These pictures are just stunning, and capture perfectly the deep affection Amy & Meg have for one another, as well as their shared zest for life. Beautiful!!

  3. Cath permalink
    August 25, 2011 12:44 am

    These are great photos! Congratulations to you both! Am planning on being out your way in the spring…decided to actually make a Smith reunion…can’t believe it will be 15! Would love to see you 🙂

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