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Jason & Judit, Engaged! : Arizona Wedding Photographer

Jason & Judit are getting married in January, I am so excited to see these two become husband and wife.  They are delightful together!  They enjoy hiking together in our local mountains so we decided to have their engagement session in their element.  Jason chose the locations after scouting in some of his favorite hunting areas.  Thanks so much Jason you picked perfect places!  Enjoy the Jason & Judit yumminess!

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Thanks you two, it was really fun!  I’m so excited for your wedding!  XO

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Deb Dockter Gunsch - November 12, 2012 - 6:50 pm

Jason’s getting married! Congrats Carol Hambleton! Can’t wait to see the wedding pictures… Great work Maria.

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