Arielle and Surge met me in New Hope for their Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve engagement photos. It was one of the most perfect fall days. The leaves peaked bright orange and red colors and the autumn light crossed Bowman’s Hill Tower. We started photos at The Captain James Moore Pavilion, overlooking the meadow at the entrance to the Preserve. Cool fact from Bowman’s history that this structure was built by, “the Washington Crossing Park Commission in 1941”. As the light began to fall behind the Hill we ran across the street to the Washington Crossing Park bridge and farm. The Thompson-Neely House farm fit right into Arielle & Surge’s story. One of their first dates had been at a pumpkin patch where Surge showed off his Dr. Doolittle skills befriending all the animals. Tonight was no different as they reached over the fence the cute little sheep came running! Thank goodness some people are animal whisperers because it made for the best photo ops on the farm.