29 Aug

Abalone Cove, Palos Verdes Engagement Photos | Janie & Thomas

Abalone Cove, Palos Verdes Engagement Photos | Janie & Thomas

Palos Verdes in Los Angeles County is full of gorgeous venues, like The La Venta Inn, Los Verdes Golf Course, Wayfarer’s Chapel, and Abalone Cove. Abalone Cove Shoreline Park is one of the top spots to shoot engagement photos in that area because there are two small and intimate beaches along with a beautiful bluff area that gives a great view of the Pacific Ocean. It’s also a cool spot to take wedding party portraits if your couple wants something a little different or simply another place to take photos. Doug and I passed by Abalone Cove on the way to the Los Verdes Golf Course where the wedding we were shooting was at, which reminded me of Janie & Thomas, one of the last couples Doug and I shot here.

Janie & Thomas are super down-to-Earth and so easy-going that you can’t help but to be very comfortable around them. They are also foodies who also live in the San Gabriel Valley, so we had plenty of restaurants to chat about and foodies stories to share with each other. But once it was time to get down to business and start taking photos, they were ready to rock.

Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography

It’s a good thing those two were pretty healthy and active people because we needed to hike down and back up a short trail to get from the bluffs to the beach area.

Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography
Abalone Cove Palos Verde Los Angeles Engagement Photography

After we hiked back up the trail to get to the parking lot, we still managed to loiter and chit chat more about food trucks and some of Thomas’ stories at Disney in Burbank. We managed to not go through too many stories and called it a day. And what a fun day it was for all of us.

That’s all for today, but look forward to more blog posts in the near future! Thanks for stopping by.

Cheers,

Danny

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