Wagner’s Cove belongs to weddings in the Fall. Perhaps because couples who marry in the Fall tend to prefer rustic colors. Perhaps because Wagner’s Cove offers a bit of shelter. Perhaps because when the leaves do change color, Wagner’s Cove is especially pretty. For whatever reason, I tend to marry lots of couples in the Ladies Pavilion in the Spring, Shakespeare Garden and Bethesda Terrace in the Sumer, Wagner’s Cove and the Cop Cot in the Fall, and the Gapstow Bridge in the Winter. Obviously I marry couples all over the park. But that certain niches are notably more frequently visited by this marriage officiant in certain seasons is an interesting commentary on human nature.