October 21, 2017
Yesterday was such a beautiful overcast day and I was getting so pumped for the couple’s session that was scheduled for the evening. I knew there would be beautiful dynamic skies and my couple was drop dead gorgeous. After picking my camera and gear up from maintenance at Pictureline in Salt Lake City, I started driving for Snow Basin where I was planning to meet my couple. And then it started to rain. And it kept raining. All the way home and up into the canyon. And then I got higher up the mountain and it started to SNOW!!! That was NEVER on the forecast!!! But neither was rain. It was all just a bad weather joke.
After contacting my couple, we decided that since we were already up there, we’d give it a shot and if it just wasn’t working, we would try and reschedule. This was my first frame.
I was DEAD. Completely smitten. Everything was so incredibly perfect. The dark contrast from the overcast sky, the soft reflection of them on the ground, the fall leaves covering the pavement, their fall colors mixed with the greens and yellows in the trees, and all the beautiful white snow that made everything POP. So we stayed.
Hannah and Jake have basically been together since they were in 9th grade. They talked about how incredible it was to grow up together and to change alongside each other. Not very many people get that opportunity.
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