by Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah
the snow is finally gone, and Rachel & Edmunds Tibble Fork Reservoir Engagements went great. The weather was beautiful, with just the right amount of sun and clouds.
It was nice to be shooing on a day where I did not have to wear thermals and ski pants.
Tibble fork reservoir was beautiful, and the pine trees were deep green, even more so than usual for the beginning of May. And love was in the air as Rachel and Edmund steamed up the area with some wild and crazy love.
Most couple are a little shy going out on the tree stump that's about 20 feet above the ground level of the lake, but not Rachel and Edmund. I did not eve have to help them on it, they just climbed right on to get some great shots.
The only problem I had was getting them to look at the camera, as they just kept staring into each others eyes. (A good sign they are in love). Other than that it was a perfect photoshoot. By the way, how many of you think Rachel looks like a young Kirsten Dunst? She sure did to me.
I love when couple wear complimentary colors, but do not exactly match. I had a couple once wear matching shirts and pants. Yikes! it was a long time ago but I will never forget. Its always best to stay away form neon colors or solid blacks and whites. Save the solid Black and whites for your wedding day, and wear something a little more colorful for your photoshoot so you blend in but still stand out.
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The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from Rachel & Edmunds Tibble Fork Reservoir Engagements.