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Point Defiance Park is a treasure trove for photographers. While our beloved rusty train cars and railroad tracks are, sadly, no more, we can still fill a 90-minute engagement portrait session at its rocky beaches and manicured gardens (Japanese, Rose and more). Heck, we’ve even dedicated an entire photo gallery on our new website to […]

Two fabulous Bijou albums


June 7th, 2011

Here at Wallflower Photography, we take our albums seriously. We really believe that, as professional photographers, our job goes far beyond taking great photos. We feel that the post-processing stage of enhancing and optimizing our photos for printing is also extremely important, but it doesn’t stop there, either. We hate the idea of our clients’ […]

We had great fun getting to know 2011 wedding clients Brittiny and Brian while photographing their engagement portraits at Point Defiance Park! We met up at Fort Nisqually, an attraction deep in Point Defiance that we’ve somehow neglected in our photo shoots. Turns out it’s a great stop for portraits — and we didn’t even […]

2010 was a banner year for Point Defiance Park weddings! Since most of our Point Defiance weddings are held at the Japanese Pagoda, Katie and Mark’s wedding at the Lodge was a nice change of pace for us. Built in 1899 (predating Wallflower HQ by a year), the Lodge served as official home for the […]

Last fall, not long before all the leaves dropped off the trees, we spent a few hours with 2010 wedding clients Heidi and Adam to take their engagement portraits. I don’t think there was a better place to be in all of Tacoma than Point Defiance Park on that beautiful sunny day! Even better, they […]

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