On the blog on this chilly Wednesday morning, an equally chilly session in Rocky Mountain National Park. For Mackenzie and Mark’s RMNP winter engagement photos we went to two ultra popular lakes in the park. Sprague Lake first, and then down the road a little bit further to Bear Lake. This was a very snowy session! Many times the mountains were not even visible. Mackenzie and Mark were such troopers, and they didn’t let any of the unpredictable elements ruin their fun. I love couples like these guys! They are so sweet, easy-going, good conversationalists, and real naturals in front of the camera. I love the winter wonderland magic that we created together!
Mackenzie and Mark kept things cool and casual for their outfit choices. This was great because outfit changes didn’t take long at all. They were comfortable, not freezing, stylish and they looked pretty cute too! At Sprague Lake they wore jeans, Mark in a puffy vest, and Mackenzie really popped against the snow in her dark red sweater. At Bear Lake they kind of switched outfits! This time Mark had a sweater, and Mackenzie wore the puffer vest. She added a cute pom pom beanie hat during the end of the shoot. It looked adorable and completed the outfit.
This is one of my favorites from their RMNP winter engagement photos. Subtle dip kiss amongst all that soft snow…LOVE! And it’s not every day that you get to stroll, play and pose on a frozen mountain lake.
What a fun afternoon…thanks so much Mackenzie and Mark! Super excited to share photos from your amazing Lionscrest Manor wedding just as soon as I can 🙂 Stay warm out there friends and I hope you have a fabulous Wednesday! On the blog next, the Reed family’s Lyons fall family photos at the unique Lavern M. Johnson park.
For another snowy engagement session that I loved, also in Rocky Mountain National Park, check out Eren and Jeremy’s session HERE.