About five or ten minutes into Paula and Patrick’s engagement session, we were caught in a downpour and for a while were debating whether to sit it out or to try again another day. Thankfully we stuck it out and good ol’ Byron Bay presented herself with an absolutely gorgeous afternoon. Even though everyone was a little wetter than we would have liked, one good thing that came from the rain was that it cleared the beach for us. Apart from a few surfers, we had Wattegos all to ourselves which is quite rare indeed.

Little Emma, who was quite shy when we began, was stealing the limelight by the end of the shoot and I’m sure she’ll play an important role in Paula and Patrick’s November wedding at Broken Head.

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