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Fall Little Sahara Bride and Groom Session with Natalie & Braden
The Fall Little Sahara Bride and Groom Session with Natalie & Braden was amazing, but the weather could have been better. When you do a photo shoot at little Sahara you want a blue sky, and warm weather, neither of what we got.
Natalie wanted to do a sunset bride and groom session at Little Sahara state park. I said, Yes! lets do it! But when we arrived the weather was cloudy, socked in. And its such a far drive that we could not reschedule for another day, so we decided to go for it. And it was cold! About 30 degrees. I thought poor Natalie was going to freeze. But she insisted that she was OK. At one point when I saw her shivering, I gave her my jacket to wear between shoots. But she kept smiling even though it was so cold!
But even with the bad weather and the cold, the background was so beautiful! For the first part of the shoot you could see the blue snow capped mountains in the background. And Natalie & Braden acted like we were in Hawaii on a shoot, always smiling, always happy. And even though we never got a sunset, the look that Braden gave Natalie when he saw her for the first time in her wedding dress was so touching that it made the whole trip worth the drive.
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Little Sahara Bride and Groom Session with Natalie & Braden. Enjoy!
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