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BEST OF 2018 - Destination Wedding Photographer and Colorado Wedding Photographer


BEST OF 2018 Colorado Adventure Wedding Photographer & Destination Wedding Photographer - Callie Riesling











We kicked off the New Year the same way we ended the year before. With Clark and Christine. In 2017 we wrapped up our year on the side of a 14'er with Clark and Christine for their Engagement Session and we started our year a few days after New Years in Black Forest at the Wedgewood shooting their beautiful wedding. Of course they wanted snow and Colorado didn't give them any, but the lighting in the forest that evening was perfect.

A few weeks later, we met up with another couple Chris and Tonni on another snow less winter day in Black Forest. We also will have a few of their wedding photos on here later on in the year!




They don't love each other.... AT ALL. Hahahaha.


And then, TJ and Nat got lucky. We finally got some snow! So we ventured up to Evergreen for their Engagement Session. They handled the snow pretty well for California and Florida natives!







The very next day, we ended up with even more snow with some wind and whiteout conditions mixed in. It was COLD. But so gorgeous!





You guys are going to laugh, because the following weekend.... It snowed yet again.




During this time, the Shoot and Share Photo Competition was going through voting. Here's the info on how we did!

This contest is the largest free and fair photo contest in the world and I love entering each year. This year, I placed the highest that I have ever placed.
















Now you guys are going to laugh at this one too because this was the story of my winter/spring of 2018. CRAZY WEATHER. On this session, when we met, it was sunny and blue skies. Then it went to wind and heavy, thunder snow. Yep. Thunder snow. Then it all cleared up and we had sun rain for a little while and ended with big fluffy snow. If only it would've hailed a bit, we would've had all of Colorado's chaos in one engagement session.