A photo shoot of a couple in Luberon
It was in October, almost at the end of my wedding season that Eden contacted me. To celebrate the marriage proposal that Andrew made to her a few weeks earlier in Vancouver, Canada, she came up with the idea of organizing a Tour Auto en Provence.
To make this trip more emblematic, she rented a charming car, an old Morgan. So they could cross this beautiful region. Visiting alternately the cities of Nice, Cannes, Cassis or Avignon, they also crossed the landscapes of Provence. Sometimes at the foot of Mont Ventoux, on the shores of the Mediterranean in the Camargue, on the plateau of Valensol until I join them in the Luberon at St. Eusebius Abbey.
Eden was radiant, smiling. Andrew, meanwhile, was a bit more closed. He was not very comfortable and dreaded this photo shoot. However, we immediately broke this little discomfort and once the distance of the language exceeded, we feasted. Eden was expecting a lot from this photo shoot and what better place than in the garden of the Abbey-Saint-Eusebe to realize it? We enjoyed a fantastic light. My sweethearts played the game perfectly and, for the beauty, we went to a meadow to enjoy the last rays of sunshine of the day. A magical golden yellow light as we have here in Provence during the day ends in autumn.