by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
Summer Soapstone Basin Bride and Groom Session with Hannah & Cade
The Summer Soapstone Basin Bride and Groom Session with Hannah & Cade was one of the best photo shoots I have had here. Since the flowers are starting to fade away in the usual areas I go to here, i found new locations that are just as beautiful.
Getting to Soapstone basin is not easy. Its about an hour and a half from my home, down a long winding canyon, and up a semi-rough dirt road. And once you get there, there are dirt roads going in many different directions. But I had already spent a few hours prior to the session looking for new places to shoot.
Prior to finding this area, I used to drive all the way to Tony Grove lake in Logan to get great wildflower pictures, but that's a 2.5 hour 1 way drive! So the 1.5 hour drive to Soapstone Basin was easy. Why go so far? Great pictures are rarely ever found on the side of the road next to your house. To get to the truly amazing places, you have to drive, and then sometimes hike a ways. That was the case here as towards the end of the photo shoot we drove up a very rough dirt road through the forest to the top of the mountain where we did the sunset pictures. So worth it!
Hannah & Cade were very nice to work with, and I cant wait to shoot their wedding.
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Summer Soapstone Basin Bride and Groom Session with Hannah & Cade. Enjoy!
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