Tibble Fork Bride and Groom Session
By Utah Wedding Photographers James Erick Photography Utah
It was back to Tibble fork for a Tibble Fork Bride and Groom Session today with Emma & Nathan, and wow, it was beautiful! Emma & Nathan came ready to go in warm clothing and snow boots. Unlike yesterday, it was not snowing today and was mostly cloudy and about 40 degrees.
I had already shot Emma & Nathans engagement session at wheeler farm, so I already got to know them a little, but I did not know that they were going to have so much fun in the snow! They laughed and joked around as we walked up the road to the first shoot location, a small fence nearly buried by all the recent snow. There is currently a 4-foot base of snow at Tibble Fork! last year we had almost no snow at all.
I have shot many photo sessions at Tibble Fork Reservoir, but this winter day was about as perfect as you can get. The sky was cloudy but not socked in. The sun streamed through the clouds every once and a while, making for from beautiful pictures. We walked up the road up to the slope overlooking Mt. Timpanogos, and walked into a field of pure snow, no footprints, most likely because it just snowed a lot last night. It was like a winter wonderland with the light glistening off the fresh snow.
We took a little over an hour and got some really beautiful pictures on a perfect day. I wish all winter photo shots were this easy. I use a film filter on the pictures you see here. But as always, my clients got the edited originals as well as the special effect pictures.
For more information on my Utah Wedding photography, please go to JamesErickPhotographyUtah.com. For more information on the shoot location, please visit the Tibble Fork website or for the exact spot I took the pictures, go to my Utah Shoot Spots website.