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Had fun with this couple who I met at The Taos Wedding Expo! Unfortunately I am already booked on their wedding date, but I still had a blast photographing Tracy and Mario’s engagement shoot. After many cold months, the end-of-February weather felt balmy and pleasant. The early morning sun gave us some long, beautiful shadows. I loved the camouflage outfits and was amazed at how much they really did blend in with the backgrounds!
This was a VERY cold weekend in Taos and this couple did not complain one time! Despite the cold, we had a lot of fun getting to know one another during this engagement session. I will shoot this couple’s wedding in May in Santa Fe so an engagement shoot was a great way for us to work together prior to the big day!
There is nothing like a snowy, Christmasy, Taos wedding! Although there was snow on the ground and the temperature was frigid, this bride did not complain once during her outdoor December wedding! The blanket of snow was so beautiful with the bride’s white dress. The cake cutting and toast took place inside where the champagne was cold, but the bride and groom were warm!
This shoot may have made my personal record for “most poses in the shortest amount of time.” I think this entire Christmas session was done in under four minutes. The wind was bitter cold but that cloudy sky and beautiful snow were absolutely perfect! For a two-year-old, this little guy did an amazing job and was an impeccable young model!
This match made in heaven traveled from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Taos, New Mexico to elope! The bride wore a red dress and silver shoes. The outdoor labyrinth at the popular wedding venue, Adobe and Pines Bed and Breakfast, was the site for the wedding ceremony. The couple was wed by officiant, Dan Jones. The bride made her own silk flower wedding bouquet.