This family vacationed at Trail’s End in Angel Fire, which Alicia found on VRBO. What an awesome place for a family vacation! The log home is large and spacious, the front porch is to die for, and you can see the natural beauty that surrounded the house! The wildflowers were everywhere and the light was playing tricks on us. The beautiful fence went on for days along with the national forest on on three sides of the property. Can you believe it even rained, for about 50 seconds, and then suddenly the sun came out. We captured those rain shots, as we didn’t even stop shooting! The kids and dog (also considered a kid) had so much fun playing and posing for the photos. And although the fire season tried to steal our mountain views, the smoke only added to the gorgeousness. Angel Fire can be magical, and this was certainly one of those evenings.
The Call family is one big family! All five of the individual familiescame from five different states to meet up in Angel Fire, New Mexico for an extended family vacation! These travelers literally took planes, trains, and automobiles to make it out to this little mountain town. The 14 children and 10 adults all stayed in one rental home together and were ready when I arrived. Although we at times there was chaos, we captured some great photos and made precious memories for this huge family.
This is totally the traditional “little cabin in the woods” and I feel like “little bunny foo-foo” should be hoping by. Ha! I photographed the inside and outside of this cabin for a realtor who needed Real Estate photography for her airbnb listing. We took pictures in every angle, and of every nook and cranny. Professional photos help people rent out their short-term rentals or sell their home listing. We can take photos of your cabin, campsite, home, business, or trailer any time, whether your are there or not. Some people decorate their homes with fresh flowers or even have their pets present for extra “awww” factor.
After the beautiful snow at the Taos Ski Valley, it was easy to decide that the ski valley would, in fact, be the most stunning place in Taos County to have a wedding elopement! With Embracing Ceremony officiating, this Texas-couple was wed in the mountains of Northern New Mexico in fresh powdery snow. Adorned with snow boots and a perfect white jacket, the bride was one with the snow and didn’t complain of the cold. Here’s to wintertime weddings, sunny afternoons, and tons of snow!
This bride and groom planned their destination wedding on the perfect October weekend, when the autumn leaves were in their height of their color! The Angel Fire resort was stunning with gold leaves dusting the ground with beauty and texture. The bride’s autumn bouquet choice was vivid and brilliant with the surrounding fall foliage. The air was still during the ceremony on what was otherwise a breezy afternoon. Congratulations to this lovely couple on their perfect autumn wedding day!
This giant family came to celebrate New Year’s Day in Angel Fire, New Mexico. The day prior to this photo shoot the mountains received two feet of fresh snow, it was so fun to capture the snowy grounds, conifers, and aspens in these outdoor January family vacation portraits!
The priority to this family was to get a causal group photos of everyone… The darling buffalo plaid outfits were so coordinated and seasonal and the children were so cooperative, this was an easy feat. We also captured each individual family outside. These memories took less than an hour to create and the pictures are precious and will last forever. Thanks to this family for such a memorable time!