When someone says, “The Experimental Farm,” what they are usually referring to is the ornamental garden near the Fisher street roundabout. It’s a beautiful – and often busy – spot in the summer months but if you’re into flowers it’s the place to beat.
But there is much more to see here, from wide open spaces to huge trees providing cool shade. Fields of sunflowers in the summer and corn in the autumn provide plenty of opportunity. And even the buildings are interesting to explore as long as your wedding party is up to a little walking.
I’ve photographed weddings and engagements here and the results are never disappointing.
Jessica and Dave are getting married in September, so we got together for a summer engagement shoot to break the ice…sorta (they were both at Allison’s wedding a few weeks back). The field near their home provided the background, and the two of them provided the love for this later afternoon session. See you in… Read More
Shirlie and David live in the states now, but they returned to their hometown to get married among friends and family. Their ceremony was held at the Chateau Laurier, and was followed by a lunch for all their guests in the Adam room. This gave us some time to play outside before the reception started… Read More
This bashful couple prefers to remain anonymous…even though they insisted I post something from their engagement session on my blog 🙂 …Mike
Phuong and Scott (remember them?) had a small wedding that was a blending of traditional Chinese and Canadian ceremonies. It started off with a tea ceremony, then moved to an intimate ceremony held under a large tree at the Experimental Farm. Their reception was held at Bekta. …Mike