Scotland Run Country Club Wedding-Evening Photo
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Scotland Run Country Club Wedding-Evening Photo

Scotland Run South Jersey Wedding. In this photograph I wanted to capture the bride outside after sunset. We were pleasantly surprise to have been able to capture the moon outside. The small lights outside will direct your attention to bride who is being illuminated by just the recessed lighting. I used the 24-70mm lens to capture the entire scene including the beautiful bride and moon up above. Scotland Run Country Club, located in Williamstown, New Jersey is a very beautiful venue and it offers so much in the way locations within the ground where we can photograph a bride and groom. This wedding venue offers a gorgeous Wedding Pavilion and oversize Garden overlooking the grounds. It’s a venue is simply beautiful and offers so much. The gorgeous landscape and beautiful pergola is one of our favorites. It is covered with flowering wisteria and the winding brick walkway adds to the charm. The array of seasonal flowers also adds to the colorful and vibrant photographs we always enjoy taking outside. The ballroom is grand and with a stunning view overlooking the amazing golf course. It’s a photograph that we enjoy capturing as the sun sets. We love spending time outside capturing stunning photos of the skyline, which vary in color and adds to the mood and dimension of every photo we take. We also can’t forget the tranquil goldfish pond with its waterfall that is nestled next to the Pavilion. The photo opportunities in and outside of the venue are many and we always manage to capture different photos that are always creative, beautiful and unique.

Location: Scotland Run Country Club.

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