Jim & Scott’s Sun-Splashed Land’s End Engagement Adventure
With a courtyard appointed with neoclassical columns, a mini glass pyramid that recalls the Louvre museum, and a cast of Rodin’s The Thinker, it’s no wonder San Francisco’s Legion of Honor is a popular photo destination. Built in 1924, the structure is a three-quarter replica of the 18th-century Palais de la Légion d’Honneur in Paris, set alongside a sprawling golf course, rocky headlands, windswept trees, and panoramic views of the bay.
There was no shortage of shutterbugs when Jim and Scott met us there one sunny Sunday for their engagement session. Several shoots were already underway but we had a great time maneuvering around the crowds. Afterwards, we joined the throngs who thought a walk through the woods would be a fantastic way to spend the day (and they were right!). We even threw caution to the wind and carefully made our way to Painted Rock, despite the warning…
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