by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
Tibble Fork Winter Engagement with Grace & Thayne
The Tibble Fork winter engagement with Grace & Thayne was a lot of fun. It does not matter how many times I shoot here, I seem to always find new places to take pictures. This time we found an area off the the right side of the upper road in deep snow to play around in. At one point we were waist deep in the powdery snow and it became difficult to move around in.
Grace and Thayne were very playful, running around in the snow and jumping all over the place, like a couple of deer enjoying a winter day. The snow did not seem to bother them at all. I was wearing ski pants so it did not get me wet, and I was also wearing thermals and a heavy sweater and gloves. I don't like to be cold!
Towards the end of the shoot, we moved to the south side of the lake to the pine tree forest. I love this part of Tibble Fork because of the trails and the tree stumps that make for a perfect place for couples to stand on and get great views of the surrounding mountains. I also love the texture of the trees which make a stark contrast to the snow covered landscape.
Grace and Thayne are two very nice people and I enjoyed working with them. Above are just a few of my favorite shots from the Tibble Fork Winter Engagement with Grace & Thayne. Enjoy!
For more information on the Tibble Fork Winter Engagement shoot location, please visit the Tibble Fork website or for exact GPS coordinates of each of the best shoot spots, visit utahshootspots.com. For more information about James Erick Photography Utah, please visit my website at JamesErickPhotographyUtah.com.