It was great to finally meet up with Kelsey and Colin to chat about the wedding and capture photos during their Littleton engagement session. As with so many couples lately, this was the first time that I was able to meet them in person. It was fantastic to drink a beer together in the parking lot before we got going. While we were in the middle of an outfit change a guy came down the trail holding a live rattlesnake that was sunning on the trail. I’m appreciative of him moving the snake to a better location but don’t expect to see photos of that below because I didn’t want to encourage him to come say hi with said snake in hand.

The area southeast of Denver near Roxborough State Park is known for the red rock formations along the foothills. Colin grew up in the area so it was a natural fit for their session. We explored the area to find some locations with views of the valley below. We were even treated to a sunset at the end of the day that was instagram worthy.

They’re getting married at one of my favorite venues in all of Colorado, Arapahoe Basin, next summer so I can’t wait to capture their big day.

Colin kisses Kelsey in the woods during their engagement photos
Kelsey and Colin stand on a rock formation in Littleton during their engagement session
Colin and Kelsey sit on a natural rock formation during their engagement photos in Littleton
Kelsey and Colin pose on a red rock formation during their engagement session
Kelsey and Colin embrace as the sun sets behind them during their engagment session in the foothills near Littleton
A couple in a field near South Valley park in Littleton

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