Hiking Engagement Session – Canadian Rockies
Banff Adventure Wedding Photographer
Sarah and Tim often visit Canmore and Banff to enjoy the adventures that the towns have to offer. They are a thrill seeker who love to mountain bike, rock climb and hike. On every visit, they have a goal to summit a new mountain, a new place to explore. How rad are these two love birds?!?
They were newly engaged when they contacted me. When I heard about their mountain summit goals, I was excited to take them up to this epic mountain in Canmore for their engagement photo session. We were greeted by the cloudy and yet sunny weather. We got lucky and missed the smoky weather from the forest fires. The weather was just perfect. They definitely rocked this engagement photo shoot and one new mountain got checked off from their bucket list!
Every couple I meet inspire me to explore, love and photograph. Each brings new story and perspective. What I love the most about being a photographer is meeting like minded people who ignite your wonder to explore and learn. It is such a rewarding feeling to be able to have their trust to share their stories and document their memorable adventures through photographs. Thank you for those who allow me to capture your love story ❤️
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