I’ve been dreaming of summer lately (actually, let’s get real here, I dream of summer year round, as it’s in my Cuban blood) and have been literally counting down the days to this Sunday, which is daylight savings. Of course, I say I’m super excited for longer days now, but I’m not entirely sure how Luna’s 7 PM bedtime will fly when the sun is going down at 9 (thank god for blackout shades). Still, I think I prefer those consequences over the winter 4 pm sunsets. Those kill me.
Anywho, this session has me thinking a lot about summer engagement sessions and some of the fun places I want to check out this year once the trails are officially snow free. I have a wedding down in Buena Vista later this year and I think it would be super fun to kill two birds and check out the Great Sand Dunes while we are down there. Another spot that I’ve also never spent time in is Ouray, so Woody and I were talking about taking a few days to make the trek and do some camping (and photograph some awesome folks!) out there.
Apart from summer, this hiking engagement session also has me thinking about wildflower season. I always thought you had to venture deep into the mountains to catch a glimpse of some gorgeous blooms, but as I found out last summer, you can find some right here on the front range. This engagement session was at Mount Sanitas in Boulder, and these blue flowers were a total surprise, since I wasn't expecting them. Connor and Betsy brought their adorable puppy Teddy and he even wore a bowtie. I can't deal when clients bring their pups, it's so stinkin cute! Anyways, enough out of me, enjoy this couples session, and keep an eye out for Connor and Betsy's wedding later this year!
On My Speakers: Sufjan Stevens