We study examples of fourth-order Picard-Fuchs operators that are Hadamard products of two second order Picard-Fuchs operators. Each second order Picard-Fuchs operator is associated with a family of elliptic curves, and the Hadamard product computes period integrals on the fibred product of the two elliptic surfaces. We construct 3-cycles on this geometry as the union of 2-cycles in the fibre over contours on the base. We then use the special Lagrangian condition to constrain the contours on the base. This leads to a construction reminiscent of spectral networks and exponential networks that have previously appeared in string theory literature.