It was chance they crossed paths,
each pursuing pharmacy school in Laramie with no intention of meeting their future sweetheart. Ashley and Matt continually saw each other in class and eventually wound up with plans to go out. On the big night, Ashley patiently waited for Matt to pick her up at her home, while Matt eagerly awaited Ashley’s arrival at the bar. Each wondering if the other was going to show up…Read More
It was one of those crossroads moments…
When she needed to move east -across the country- for her career. It was then that life asked them to either separate as two, or put their love on paper and grow closer as one. Their hearts made the decision easy, A life together being the only option they could imagine. It was like fate.
So, in June…
It wasn’t the day they met, floating down a river through the mountains of North Carolina, but shortly after. One day Jackie noticed his smile, and Ethan got lost in her eyes. They found each other and fell in love amongst rapids and tree-lined riverbanks. Ever since they’ve been together, exploring, and learning that home isn’t a place as much as a person to belong to.
-Happy years, and many miles later-
Kelsey was born to be an adventurer. She grew up in the big horn mountains. Her parents worked at a summer camp and she spent her days on the wooded trails and hilltops under big Wyoming skies. Later, her family would move to Missouri, but after graduating her heart pulled her back to those lofty mountain peaks. It was there, at camp Bethel, the place she had loved as a child, that she met him.
What better thing is there in this world?
To love as freely as the Wyoming wind.
To laugh under sun kissed pines.
To create beauty side by side with the best in the west.
For their engagement session Leslie and Jarod wanted snow and mountains. We got all we could handle of both -and more- it was SO beautiful! For their session we met at the Green Rock Trailhead,just below where they close the road for the season in the Snowy Mountain Range in Medicine Bow National Forest. The weather was beautiful and clear, and in typical Snowies fashion the air was crisp and the wind cheery. So much so that we retreated down the mountain do Barber Lake Rd to watch the sunset. We were not disappointed.
Today I’m blogging images from the Romero’s mountaintop session and talking a little about life and how it can be surprising and sweet and not always whats expected all at the same time. Be sure to scroll through the images at the bottom, you wont want to miss this knockout-karate-chop-combo of stunning setting and happy family that is the Romero’s.
You know, I’ve been spending a lot of time lately thinking about what I want my life to look like.