March 26, 2015

Red Rocks Woodsy Engagement Session: Tim & Nicole – South Burlington, Vermont

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As the weather warms up and I am focusing in on my 2015 wedding couples, I find myself often daydreaming of summertime & fall – not because I want summer to be over already (!!!) – but because October is going to be such a fun month! It looks like I’ll most likely be back in Vermont for nearly the whole month with weddings every weekend. The best part is, they are pretty much all weddings of friends and acquaintances, all of which have already proven to be amazing to work with! 

And, you can’t beat spending peak foliage season in Vermont..right?! Something I have not been able to do in almost 5 years! 

Tim & Nicole are one of the awesome couples that will be having an October wedding…and, on a mountain at that! Tim & I went through most of the Essex school system together, and I met Nicole freshman year at EHS. I remember back to when they first started dating (freshman year, right?!) and it’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years! It’ll be such a fun opportunity to be able to capture the moment they are officially “Mr. & Mrs. Carpenter”  :)

Of course, the day of our engagement shoot earlier this month was a FREEZING 25 degrees (which followed a 60 degree day…what!).  Nicole & Tim clearly didn’t mind snuggling up close to keep each other warm, though..which made for some really sweet photos. Despite the cold weather, they were troopers and we made the absolute best of it! We met at Red Rocks, explored the trails while we tried to find a lake view opening (fail) and then ended the afternoon at Overlook Park for a mountain view.

Hey guys, next time you’re in front of my lens, it’ll be much warmer and you won’t have to hide under those peacoats ;)



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