Here are a few of the portraits I took at Christie and Bob’s wedding in July. Like I mentioned in the previous post, the weather was less than amazing the morning of! However, I really couldn’t be happier with the images I got thanks to the beautiful, hazey, foggy stuff Mother Nature presented us with. Christie was a rock star trudging through rocks, mud, mosquitos, and the woods to take photos – her dress barely even got dirty. Bob was nothing short of a gentleman as he helped her get from point A to point B, holding her bouquet, the train of her dress, or even just her hand while we walked around. The two really do make such an amazing couple – it’s so apparent in the way they address each other, look at one another…I know I say this every time I post, but I feel so blessed to have been able to capture their wedding day and the love that surrounds them. It really is the best part of photographing weddings! Christie and Bob – thank you again so much for allowing me to be apart of your wonderful day!!
(This is the creepiest gondola ride I have ever taken…aside from the one we took down from the mountain in the pitch black of night after the reception!)
Around 7:00pm the sky cleared, the fog lifted from the top of the mountain, and we were left with this beautiful orange light dancing across the still fog-filled valley.