by wedding photographers in Utah James Erick Photography Utah
Fall Tibble Fork Engagement with Mandy & Justin
The Fall Tibble Fork engagement session with Mandy & Justin was so much fun, and the weather was perfect! It was a soft light afternoon with low lying clouds in the background of the beautiful pine trees. The lake was as still as glass and had an emerald green color to it. The weather was cool but not cold. Its early September so there is no snow yet and the lake level is getting low. The wildflowers are gone but the landscape was so green because of a recent rain.
Mandy and Justin were great to work with. So much so it did not even feel like work at all. It was like taking pictures of two of your best friends. We went to most of my favorite shoot spots and even found a few new ones. My favorite was the tree stump overlooking Tibble Fork reservoir. It’s kind of difficult to stand on because it’s so small and right on the edge of a 50 foot drop, but if you can find somebody to stand on it that's not afraid of heights, it makes the perfect background. I always go and stand on it first to make sure its safe (better I fall than my clients)
Later in the shoot, the low-level clouds started rolling in giving the whole area a mystical look, like an island in the sky is the only way I can describe it. It reminded me a lot of Catalina Island when I was a kid in California. Every day the clouds would roll in in the morning off the ocean.
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Fall Tibble Fork Engagement with Mandy & Justin. Enjoy!
For more information on the Fall Tibble Fork Engagement shoot location, please visit their website or for the exact GPS coordinates of each shoot spot, visit utahshootspots.com. For more information about James Erick Photography Utah, please visit my website at JamesErickPhotographyUtah.com.