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Every bride and groom have a story! This fantastic couple was married to each other twenty years ago. They raised three sons. They experienced some hardships and decided to get divorced. After living apart for several years, they realized they couldn’t survive without one another. So they eloped to Northern New Mexico to remarry and restart “happily every after.” This wedding took place next to the breathtaking Rio Grande Gorge. The ceremony was perfect and the smiles and tears were touching and sincere.
The summer is a great time to have those beautiful green backgrounds in your professional family photographs! This family traveled to Taos to celebrate Father’s Day. While they were here, they took advantage of their family reunion and scheduled a photo session with Poetic Images. We had fun getting photos of the entire family together, each individual couple, photos of the kids, photos of each individual family, and pictures of the grandparents with the grandchildren too! This family did a great job coordinating outfits and giving sincere smiles. What a wonderful way to remember a vacation and a family get-together in gorgeous Taos, NM!
There is not a more beautiful backdrop for a wedding than the Sangre de Cristo mountain range that adorns the landscape of Taos, NM! For this reason, KTAOS Solar Center is a picture-perfect place to get married. Ali and Brian had an outdoor wedding in front of Taos Mountain and an outdoor reception to follow. After dinner was served, the bride, groom, and guests moved inside the venue for the first dance, the father/daughter dance, and to boogie down.
Spring is in the air and the blossoms on the trees have finally bloomed in Taos! This is a perfect time to take advantage of the natural backdrops that New Mexico has to offer with high school senior, graduation, baby, children, engagement, and family portrait sessions. Contact us to schedule your photo shoot with the professional photographers at Poetic Images by Deanna.
I love that you can “feel” the Taos springtime in these engagement photos. The buds are barely coming out on some of the trees and bushes, and there are small leaves on the others. The light green is radiant in the backgrounds and the earth tones are still prevalent from winter’s slow departure.