A Maine Backyard Foliage Wedding

As Maine wedding photographers, Robin and I have photographed barn weddings, field weddings, golf course weddings and church weddings. They’re all beautiful but I think Maine Fall Foliage weddings are definitely my favorite.

Les and Shari are two very laid-back and easy-going people. Their love story began more than 30 years ago as high school sweethearts but then time, life and distance separated them until they found their way back to one another after all these years. They are so very happy.

Their outdoor, backyard wedding invited family and friends and even pets to come together and celebrate with them. It was the first time I’ve ever photographed a wedding where a bridesmaid wore a live boa constrictor around her neck and the bride’s dogs sat comfortably on the bottom of her wedding dress train! No one thought twice about it.

We love being wedding photographers. Today’s weddings are each unique and special. We love the challenge of capturing the personalities of each and every couple regardless of the setting and elements included. But, honestly? Snakes freak us out a little bit. Thankfully our lenses allowed us to steer clear of Draco at this wedding!


Scott and Robin Linscott are professional wedding photographers with decades of experience and confidence. They have photographed Maine weddings and destination weddings from Florida to Maui. Fully insured and fully equipped, the Linscotts are ready to for most any challenge. For more information or to book your 2017 Maine wedding visit www.LinscottPhoto.com or www.MaineProPhoto.com. They are members of Professional Photographers of America and the Maine Professional Photographers Association.

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.
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