What do you do when you schedule your Pickering engagement photos only to have the sky open up and pour rain the minute your session starts?  Well… if you’re anything like Ling and Will, you stick around for a few minutes and embrace the rain.  Sarah has photographed in the rain before so as soon as it started sprinkling, she knew that she could make magic!

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Flash forward a few days.  The rain has stopped, the sandy beaches are now dry and there’s not a cloud in the sky.  Time to try again; Pickering engagement photos 2.0!  Ling and Will chose Petticoat Creek Conservation area for their engagement photos.  It’s a beautiful location that’s quite similar to the beaches at Cherry Beach and the Scarborough Bluffs, but unlike those popular places, Petticoat Creek is a lot quieter.  Ling and Will had the whole beach to themselves – something that would never happen at Cherry Beach or at the Bluffs.  How romantic is it to have a private beach?

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Congratulations to Ling and Will; you are an amazing couple and we are so privileged to have gotten to know you during your engagement session.  I can’t tell you how excited we are for your wedding day!