Sackets Harbor Engagement Pictures - HHawkinsPhotography
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I'm so glad you're here to see DeAnn & Mark's engagement pictures from Sackets Harbor!  We really wanted to be sure to get sunset pictures over the harbor and we got just that!

Mark and DeAnn suggested we do their engagement session at Sackets Harbor because they both love to be out on the water!  As a mechanic, Mark owns a number of boats, (among other fun vehicles!) and they often find themselves up in the 1,000 islands region and Lake Ontario.  In fact, just a few weeks before their engagement session they were out on their boat way out on the harbor when the engine quit.  Thankfully Mark was able to fix it and they weren't stranded for too long!

Sackets Harbor  holds a number of great memories for these two, including the fact that for their first date, they drove north to the harbor and enjoyed walking around the Battlefield getting to know each other.

As I mentioned before, it was a little tough to know what the weather was going to be like to schedule their engagement session two weeks ahead of time but we picked a few evenings that would work for both our schedules and settled on a Friday night.  As you can see, we ended up with a perfect evening!

One of the many things I love about shooting at Sackets Harbor is that the sun sets in the west... right across the harbor... perfect for sunset pictures!

Sackets Harbor Sunset Engagement Photo

And of course we got almost a full moon that evening and we couldn't pass that up either!

I am so looking forward to capturing Mark and DeAnn's wedding photos for them!  On that day we'll be back in the 1,000 Islands at Singer Castle for the wedding ceremony and then we'll be on a boat fothe full reception... a tour around all the islands!   I can't wait!

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