Sandra & Richard

We headed out to Edmonton back in July for Sandra & Richard’s wedding. We had a great time out on the Prairies, and it was great to see all the family again. The wedding took place about half an hour north of Edmonton in the small town of Bon Accord, Alberta. After the ceremony we headed over to the town of Legal, to take some photos in front of a mural with a scene involving Richard’s grandfather.

There were so many amazing fields along the drive to Legal. The landscape on the prairies is so much different than we have around Prince George – the fields of yellow canola looked amazing! We knew that we had to stop and get some newlywed photos. Here is a sneak peak with a few of our favorites:

Sandra & Richard

Sandra & Richard- Wedding Sandra & Richard- Wedding

Sandra & Richard- Wedding

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About Northern Pixel Photography

We are a husband / wife team specializing in Weddings, Engagement, and Couples Photography.

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