I had met Eynat and Ryan earlier this year when they were putting together details for their autumn Seaport Hotel wedding. During our meeting, I saw that they had a notably great connection together. When they decided to hire me as their wedding photographer, I was beyond thrilled because they seemed like such a cool couple. We met one night for a shoot in a neighborhood that both they had lived in together and I had lived in at various points over the last 10 or so years. We showed each other bits of “our” neighborhood that were significant and personal as we walked down the narrow and compact streets famed for shops and aromas that mimic life in a European village. We met at their old apartment’s red door in North Square and strolled through the streets. We stopped for laughs and stopped tThey sipped a shared bottle of root beer through red and white paper straws at the Prado, stopped for a moment at one of the wharfs, and went for a splash at the new Greenway. Part of me feels like I crashed the perfect date!