Rocky Mountain National Park
When I get to do an adventure session in RMNP I am always so excited. (you can check out another one of my favorite RMNP sessions here). There is so much to explore I could literally drive around with my couples all day and shoot for hours. This Rocky Mountain National Park Couples Session was amazing. Brittany and Chad JUST got married last weekend on June 2nd. They were spending their honeymoon out here in Colorado staying at the amazing Della Terra Mountain Chateau. Seeing as Della Terra is located right on the outskirts of Rocky Mountain National Park, I knew we had to go there to start off our session.
Adventuring through RMNP
We began our Rocky Mountain National Park Honeymoon Couples Session adventure at Alluvial Fan. This spot is located just passed the entrance of the park. We spent some time there and then made our way up to Trail Ridge Road which was open for the season already. I was SO happy the road was open to get them some epic mountain views in their photos. Trail Ridge Road is one of my favorite shooting locations in the park.
From there we made our way down the mountain and headed to our last destination, Mary’s Lake. This spot is a favorite of mine. It’s easily accessible and has beautiful light that peaks through the mountains in the distance at sunset. During our time in the park we saw some pretty awesome wildlife. We had to pull over a few different times to try and capture some elk in the background. I always feel like my trip to Estes Park and RMNP are not complete unless we see an elk.
Brittany and Chad
And boy was the romance flowing in this couples session. Brittany and Chad have this chemistry about them that is just amazing!! They totally made this the most epic Rocky Mountain National Park Honeymoon Session. Not to mention they are just a bad ass couple in general. I suggested that they get in the water at Mary’s Lake and they didn’t hesitate at all! And let me tell you that water was as cold as ice. It may have been 80 degrees out side but those mountain lakes stay freezing cold just about all summer. It was amazing. Just see for yourself..