The last wedding of the season was perfect! It was the most relaxed wedding and we got to discover so many places since the only pictures we had to worry about was the couple themselves. Did you know that with all our shooting in Jasper, this is the first wedding that didn’t get pictures done at Pyramid Lake? Don’t get me wrong. It is a gorgeous spot but it’s often windy and it doesn’t provide anything different than the previous time before. We were so excited to explore new places and to see all the amazing wildlife! We saw bears (yes more than one). Moose, elk and baby elk. Coyotes. and mountain sheep. The wildlife were everywhere! It was my first close encounter with a moose. For those that read the story he snuck up behind me and was a mere few feet away. He moved quickly and oh so quietly. By the time I snapped the picture he was much further away but I was busy trying to catch my breath from the surprise to snap it sooner. For years I have been wanting to shoot at the shallow spot in the end shots and I was over the moon that Mike and Lindy agreed to go for the final shots. It was the perfect end to hectic year. The drive home was nothing short of adventure as well with thick pea soup fog for 2.5 hours straight into sleet and slippery roads. This year has given me so many experiences and memories that I hope to never forget. Congrats again to Mike and Lindy! Thank you for all the love and appreciation you have shown as well <3
It was while shooting those rings you see there above that this guy decided to wonder in right behind me. When I turned around to look up he was down those steps more 0_0
I like to think of this gal as being the girlfriend to Mr. Moose. She wasn’t much further away 🙂 And what a great couple to ride with. They would always slow down and let me get wild life shots!
I love the sheep far off into the background but I love even more the heart in the tree
Here is a couple shots from some behind the scenes thanks to my husband and second shooter to The Tiny Wedding Co. Picked a good day to wear my Hunters. Also as you can tell that posing to catch the shot sometimes require some interesting stances.