Waterfall Engagement Photography

Natalie & Adam's Engagement

Waterfall Engagement Photography | Rock Glen Conservation Area Engagement

Natalie and Adam reached out to me to book their wedding, and when it was time to brainstorm ideas for their upcoming engagement shoot, I was thrilled when they suggested we meet at Rock Glenn Conservation Area  – the location of a gorgeous romantic waterfall!  I was even MORE thrilled when they asked if I would be up for wading into the water with them for some beautiful images of them in the water. I absolutely love when couples are adventurous and want to achieve something different with their photos!

Now here’s the kicker – our session took place on November 1st and it was just barely above freezing temperatures when we met at the park! For the first half of the session we stayed on dry land and took advantage of the beautiful autumn scenery.  Natalie and Adam then did a quick outfit change.  Natalie, by the way, is incredibly talented and made the red dress seen in these images!

We started with some photos in front of the waterfall, and then it was time to get in the water! I was so blown away with how well they handled the frigid temperatures.  I love the images that we captured and can’t wait to have some more fun together at Natalie and Adam’s wedding.

If you’d like to chat about your wedding or engagement photography needs, please feel free to send me an email 🙂

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