Okay, prepare for rapid-fire blogging this week 🙂
Because we got back from Wyoming last week and are headed to Hawaii on Thursday, life is a bit too hectic to pace my blogging right now.
So, here goes part one (of four) from our trip to Jackson Hole last week, and I probably won’t even be able to share too much commentary since I’m so behind!
Wyoming was everything that Nick and Amber said it would be. Gorgeous, freezing, and awe-inspiring. It was perfect in all of it’s rugged beauty. Jackson Hole was Nick and Amber’s wedding photo venue of choice because it’s where they were engaged, and where they may even choose to live someday.
Day one was laid back and wonderful, and Nick and Amber showed us around to some of their favorite spots. Leaving the cabin in Teton Village we went to the Jackson Hole visitor center to check in on whether Yellowstone was still open. Since it had JUST closed for the winter, we hit up some local spots instead.
First we headed to Moose Junction, where Rich grabbed these shots…
Ha! Love these two!!!
Then we asked Amber to use Rich’s camera to take a few photos of us…thank you so much to Amber for the family photos!!!
Then we were off to Snake River Overlook Where Rich and Amber took these shots:
Then we headed to Schwabacher’s Landing, where we failed to take any photos, but we scoped it out for wedding shots and utilized it the next day. Blog post part two is coming right up!