Caitlin + Josh
Fort McMurray, AB Couples Session
Josh + Caitlin
Fort McMurray, Alberta
June 21, 2017
So where do you even start with these two .. they are seriously so adorable!! The rain didn’t stop these two from laughing, joking and non stop smiling. I had so much fun with these two and our little adventure in the rain, slippery hills, and when there two beautiful dogs escaped from the vehicle! The family picture is so sweet with the four of them – Josh, Caitlin, Benny + Tucker. Caitlin also told me the funny story about how she originally wanted to name the dogs Benny + Jet but Josh vetoed it because he thought people would think Benny and the jets. I love learning about people and seeing their beautiful relationships, the laughs, the jokes, the jabs, the only funny now moments because it always makes me leaving the session so full of love and life. Love is such a beautiful thing when you put effort, work and love into it. Relationships are more then just love its about being the right person. These two have been together for 3 years and are incredibly adorable and I wish you guys many many more years of laughs and happiness. When I asked them how they met I got the best response ever: So Nicole Richie said it best “I met him the old fashion way, at a club” (haha dying inside) BUT for real, a metal friend introduced us one night and from there we were both kind of set on each other. They went on their first date and things have been great ever since and keeps getting better!
Fort McMurray Wildfire
On May 1, 2016, a wildfire began southwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. On May 3, it swept through the community, forcing the largest wildfire evacuation in Alberta’s history, with upwards of 88,000 people forced from their homes. Personnel from the Canadian Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as firefighting forces from Alberta, other Canadian provincial agencies, and South Africa responded to the wildfire. Aid for evacuees was provided by various governments and via donations through the Canadian Red Cross and other local and national charitable organizations.
After sweeping through Fort McMurray, the wildfire destroyed approximately 2,400 homes and buildings. Another 2,000 residents in three communities were displaced after their homes were declared unsafe for reoccupation due to contamination. It continued to spread across northern Alberta and into Saskatchewan, consuming forested areas and impacting Athabasca oil sands operations. It is the costliest disaster in Canadian history.
The fire spread across approximately 590,000 hectares (1,500,000 acres) before it was declared to be under control on July 5, 2016. It continues to smoulder, and may not be fully extinguished until the spring of 2017. It is suspected to be caused by humans in a remote area 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Fort McMurray, but no official cause has been determined to date.
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