by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
Bicentennial Park Bride & Groom Session with Breanna & Tu
The Bicentennial Park Bride & Groom Session with Breanna & Tu was a new location for me. I am not a big fan of regular parks since there are usually a lot of people in the background and there are so many more beautiful places to take pictures in utah. And to make it worse, it was a weekend. And, if that's was not enough, since the corona virus hit, more people have been going to parks to get outside that usual.
So I arrived really early to scout out locations and yes, there were a lot of people, but the park itself was not like your average ordinary park. There were wooden boardwalk trails going through a think forest with a stream running into a pond. There was a bridge going over a pond with large trees in the background. There were some Spring-like flowers in one of the upper fields, and some purple blossoms in another field. There were even some high rocky mountains on the north end of the park in the background.
At one point we saw two old guys with white beards using metal detectors search for hidden treasure. People were walking doges, laying in hammocks, having a picnic, or just walking around. You could not tell at all that a worldwide pandemic had struck.
At the end of the shoot, Breanna & Tu put on there masks for a few shots. I guess people don't want to forget all that we have gone through this year. Imagine when their kids see these pictures someday?
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Bicentennial Park Bride & Groom Session with Breanna & Tu. Enjoy!
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