Emily and Josh’s Abandoned Church Engagement Session by Photography by Betty Elaine

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In my line of work a see a lot of engagement sessions. A lot. So it is always cool when I find one that is completely unique and really interesting. Emily and Josh decided to take pictures in an abandoned St. Louis church and the results are beautiful (and even a little dark). They were excited when they found the old piano because the couple plays in a band together. Thank you to Photography by Betty Elaine for sharing!

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