by Utah Wedding Photographers JamesErickPhotographyUtah
Winter Wheeler Farm Engagement with Mikah & Alex
The Winter Wheeler Farm engagement session with Mikah & Alex was everything I thought it would be. These two are so much fun to work with I can't say it's even work. Unless running, dancing, laughing, and joking around can be considered work.
Normally this time of year with all the snow in the mountains, I would be doing photo shoots at Tibble Fork reservoir, Sundance, Mule hollow, or Jordan Pines, but Mikah wanted a country feeling to the shoot as that was going to be the theme of her wedding. Unfortunately, due to the virus outbreak, things changed later, and they ended up getting married at a church ward building, then sealed in the Temple later, but that's a story for another time.
Today was a beautiful afternoon. The snow-capped mountains in the background gave a stark contract to the farmstead in the foreground. On advantage to not shooting in the mountains is that we were not freezing. It was about 50 degrees and not windy. The only problem we had at all was that the grounds were a little muddy due to the recent snow, then melting of it, but other than that it was great.
At one point Mikah and Alex did an outfit change to be in more formal cloths, just in time for the sun set pictures. Wow, and what a sunset it was. The golden rays of the sun started to then set behind the trees and the couple literally glowed. I really loved the silhouette shot we got at the end of the photo shoot with Mikah and Alex kissing.
Above are just a few of my favorite shots from the Winter Wheeler Farm engagement session with Mikah & Alex. Enjoy!
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