You would have never known that while we were walking up to the Brooklyn Bridge we were both bundled up thanks to typical December weather in New York.
*(but of course I needed to tell you.)
I wish I could say the idea of Natalie on the famous Bridge was my idea- but I am happy to say this was all her!!
She is such a good soul. Balanced and beautiful.
Hard to find genuinely good people now a days- but she’s one of them. She had zero complaints even when I may or may not have gotten off the metro a stop early, then got turned around heading from the city back to Brooklyn.
*(we all know me by now, right? we know that I did indeed get completely discombobulated on my journey.)
I’d say it was worth every minute we put into it!
We spun around in bicycle and pedestrian traffic *(the Brooklyn Bridge is never short of people, workout enthusiasts, and of course, tourists.) and even managed to fit in wardrobe changes within our timeframe.
All I require of people I shoot is to have fun. Let go a little and let’s trap your personality in a few photos for you to keep. This also happened to be the night before Natalie’s birthday so we might’ve had a little extra fun.
I hope this encourages everyone to get out there and enjoy every minute!
Here’s Natalie Havens: