If you have ever been a photo client of mine.. You already know there isn’t much that I wouldn’t do to get the shot. This couple got to know that pretty quickly! With Bluebonnets being fully in season, I met up with Tanya and Matt near a field she had spotted before the session. And while the patches of flowers were fine and pretty on the side of the road, I had my sites set on the full field beyond the fence that was overflowing with endless blue! So even though we saw a Longhorn down the way.. I still couldn’t resist jumping the fence and asking them to do the same. I promised it’d be quick and once we were done we could tame it down a bit for the second half! I got the shots I wanted and we ran back to get back to the safe side. We then walked around Round Rock, which I had never known that there was an actual round rock that you could go to, so of course we had to get a shot with that as the backdrop. I loved walking near so much history in the little area near Brushy Creek. As promised, we didn’t enter any more danger for the rest of their engagement session, and I can’t wait to shoot their wedding!