by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
The Winter Tibble Fork Engagement Session with Rachel & Brett was amazing! It just snowed a few days ago for the first time this season, and the landscape was breath taking. The snow was not deep yet, so some of the weeds were growing through, but the weather was cold but perfect.
What can I say about Rachel & Brett? They were fun to work with, very nice and kind. These two were in love, and you can tell by the way they treated each other. You will not find two nicer people. It was cold so we only took their jackets off in a few of the pictures, but since they both had nice winter jackets, I did not mind at all.
We noticed a lot of photographers taking pictures at Tibble fork Today, as it is a weekend, but none of them went to the upper area where the best views are. Most photographers want easy by side of the road places to take pictures, but not me. I want the beautiful views, and my clients have to walk a little to get there. no complaints from Rachel and Brett.
Towards the end of the shoot, we went past the guard rail, which was still open luckily, to the horse tailor turnout area above Tibble Fork Reservoir. At that location there are some really beautiful mountain views. I almost regretted going there though as even with my 4-wheel drive dodge ram truck, the road was severely icy, and I barely made it back out and down to Tibble Fork Reservoir. Sometimes to get the best pictures, you have to take some risks, and in this case I'm glad we did.
The pictures above are just a very few of my favorites from the Winter Tibble Fork Engagement Session with Rachel & Brett. Enjoy!
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