Marissa & Peter’s engagement session was full of amazing backgrounds, blue skies and nature all around. Fort Tyron Park is a 67-acre park in northern Manhattan, New York, that is home to the Cloisters Museum (a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which features one of the finest collections of Medieval art) and also home to the most amazing views of the Palisades and Lower Hudson Valley – a total home run!
I’ve been to the park on different occasions and perhaps anyone would expect at this point I shouldn’t be getting lost, but the truth is the park is HUGE and with all the roads, passages, stairs, terraces, paths, etc. believe me! it’s easy to get a bit lost there. However, we found our way and to be honest found the most amazing spots for this engagement session. When I photograph weddings in NYC, Westchester, The Hudson Valley, New Jersey or Connecticut I’m always very drawn to architecture and what mainly caught my attention at this Fort Tyron Park Engagement was The Billings Viaduct and Road. Here are some of my favorites from that day!
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