This week I met up with Meaghan and Matthew for their summer engagement in Evergreen. We started their session by hiking up to Maxwell Falls. Thankfully the spring runoff wasn’t out of control and we were able to climb right up to the waterfall. Meaghan didn’t think twice when I asked her to put her feet in the ice cold water. The rain held off until we got back to the car for a quick change before drizzling on us the the better part of an hour. The sun finally came out and we were treated to a faint rainbow over the ridge.

Matthew and Meaghan were so cute during the session that I hardly had to give them direction. It’s a treat to work with couples like them who are so comfortable together in front of the camera.

They had a great time together hiking in a grove of young evergreen trees before we drove down the hill to Alderfer/Three Sisters Park. Thanks to all of the snow and rain that we received the mountains and foothills are lush and green. The storm clouds created a dramatic backdrop for the end of the session. I’m looking forward to photographing their wedding later this summer.

Meaghan and Matthew share a moment together in the pine trees near Maxwell Falls trail in Evergreen
A couple embrace at Maxwell Falls in Evergreen during their engagement photo session
A couple walk together on Black Mountain Road in Evergreen during their engagement session
Matthew and Meaghan share a moment near the Maxwell falls trailhead in Evergreen during their engagement photos
Meaghan and Matthew walk together in the meadow at Alderfer Three Sisters Park during their engagement session
A couple kiss in the meadow at sunset during their Alderfer Three Sisters Park engagement
Alderfer Three Sisters Park barn engagement at twilight

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