Sunday Tom, Katie & I traveled out to Washington’s Crossing Historic Park along the Delaware River to do their engagement session. I haven’t been to Washington’s Crossing for quite a few years now and last time I was there it was for a very long run up the canal path, through the botanical nature preserve and to the top of the hill/mountain (not really sure what it is called) where Bowman’s Hill Tower sits and back. Now that I was not delirious from running I was able to appreciate how beautiful an area Washington’s Crossing is. All of the original houses that George Washington and his men built when they crossed the Delaware back in 1776 still stand undisturbed. Thankfully though the sound of Cannon’s firing has been replaced with the sound of cars passing over the metal bridge to NJ and kids laughing as they kick on their brightly colored tubes down the river to stay cool. I would hate to have to dodge cannon balls to take engagement photos! For more information on Washington’s Crossing Historic Park go HERE. Scroll below for Tom & Katie’s engagement photos.