is by far my most requested location to shoot at. I'm sure its also on the top of other photographers lists too, which is why its usually always crowded. In the summer it takes a LOT of photoshop work to remove all the people who are playing in the lake. In the winter, its a lot of sledders and ice fishers! Its so beautiful though.
It takes about 15 minutes to get to this location from the base of the canyon. There is a $6 entrance fee per car. You can park in the parking lot, and from there walk to each spot. There are tons of locations to shoot at here, so even when its crowded, you can find places to go. On one side of the lake there are tall trees that give a woodsy look. On the other side you have pretty mountain and lake views. There is a field, and fence. You can also do some down by the water or further up the road there is just field and views of mountains without the lake and without the people! There is also a spot with birch trees. Literally everything you could ever want is at this location haha!
I'm normally really slow at blogging but I loved this bridal session
so much that I'm actually blogging it only a couple days after we shot it! I'm so excited for Ashley + Jordan's wedding in March.
Ashley was concerned that snow would make her look washed out, so I was really excited when we got to Tibble Fork
in American Fork Canyon
and there was barely any snow! The pictures turned out beautiful, and I absolutely loved her long cathedral veil. I was glad her sister was there to help throw it!!
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