by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
Tibble Fork Reservoir Winter Bride & Groom Session with Courtney & Nathan
The Tibble Fork Reservoir Winter Bride & Groom Session went perfectly. Is perfectly even a word? Anyway, the weather cooperated, and the wind was calm. It was a beautiful but cold day at Tibble Fork Reservoir, but not too cold, about 38 degrees as I remember it.
So now that I am catching up on my blogging for 2020, I found this session that I did for Courtney & Nathan, two of the nicest people you will ever meet. Actually, I have over 60 photoshoots to blog just to catch up for this year, then I will be going back to try to blog other photo shoots I have done in the past, so stay tuned!
Ok, Back to Courtney & Nathan. It was a beautiful day, with a beautiful couple, the snow was packed down nicely on the roads which made if fairly easy to walk the main road. The off trails were a little snow covered but not bad, so we walked up to the top of the hill for some beautiful shots with Mt. Timpanogos in the background.
Now I know that most photographers don't want to walk very far from the road to get great pictures, but the best places are not off the side of the road, and whild there were 10 photographers taking pictures at the base of the hill, Courtney, Nathan and i had the top of the hill to ourselves.
For more information on the Tibble Fork Reservoir Winter Bride & Groom Session shoot location, please visit the Tibble Fork 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.