Laura and Mack spend as much time as possible in the mountains so I knew their Shrine Pass engagement would be a ton of fun. We met up at Outer Range to catch up and have a beer before we got started.

I thought that the dense smoke from the California wildfires would prevent us from seeing any of the mountains so we stopped at Officers Gulch on our way to Shrine. The water was calm and made for some lovely reflection images. Laura and Mack were so easygoing that everything felt natural throughout the entire session.

We explored some new locations on Shrine Pass together that ended up paying off big time. It’s amazing what you can find when you explore of the beaten path for a couple of minutes. Their dog Bodie even joined us for a little bit during the session. My favorite image is definitely the last. We discovered a group of gorgeous purple lupine wildflowers that looked amazing at twilight when I lit everything.

Laura and Mack’s wedding on the top of Keystone mountain later this month is going to be a blast and I can’t wait to be part of their day.

A couple share a moment at officer's gulch
Laura and Mack kiss at Officer's Gulch
A couple walk together on a trail during their engagement session at Officer's Gulch
A couple is reflected in the water during their engagement photos at Officer's Gulch near Copper Mountain Colorado
A couple laugh in a grove of wildflowers
Laura and Mack walk together on a trail near Shrine Pass
Laura and Mack share a moment together near Shrine Pass
A couple walk with their dog during their Shrine Pass engagement photos
Laura and Mack cuddle on Shrine Pass near Vail Colorado during their engagement photos
Mack spins Laura at twilight on Shrine Pass
A couple embrace near a group of lupine flowers during their Shrine Pass engagement photos near Vail Colorado

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