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October 10, 2017   •   Filed in Engagements, Fall

Colorado LGBT Engagement Photography | Fall Color at Boulder Canyon

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risten contacted me months ago to get her and Brittani on the calendar for their engagement photos. She was really excited to make sure to take advantage of getting some photos with the fall color that happens at the end of September. Unfortunately, when the day came it was during that week and a half or so when we were getting rained out almost every day! Luckily, our schedules lined up to move it just one day later and even though it was still a bit gray and overcast, there was no downpour to contend with. We were originally planning to hit up the South Mesa Trail which is usually one of my favorite places, but they've been doing construction there for the past couple of months so it's given me the opportunity to hit up some other locations that I've put on the backburner. Knowing that these two were really hoping for some fall color somewhere in the Boulder area I told them that the entrance to the Boulder Canyon Trailhead has some pretty great color. The last time I photographed there it was mid-October and the foliage was bright yellow. We were photographing a little earlier in the season and the leaves were just starting to change. So we got to take advantage of that beautiful time during fall when it's still halfway green with yellow starting to come in and little bits of red too. We definitely got to take advantage of a pretty lovely color palette that evening. I'm actually glad that South Mesa wasn't available because I had forgotten how pretty this area by Boulder Creek is even if you do have to watch out for bikers barreling through on the trail. Brittani works for the State Patrol and she and Kristen really wanted to do a few photos with her in her uniform. She looked really great dressed up with her badge and I found out that the style of hat that the State of Colorado uses is called a "Smokey Bear" campaign hat. These two look so great together and I had so much fun getting know them and their story during the session. They met during college playing softball back in Wisconsin. Now they're living in Colorado and getting married in Hawaii soon! Congratulations to this adorable happy couple!
Beautiful Colorado Fall Color Lesbian Engagement Photography at Boulder Creek at the Boulder Canyon Trailhead
Boulder Colorado Mountain Engagement Photography at Boulder Creek during fall color season in the mountains
Individual portrait at a fall color engagement session at the Boulder Canyon trailhead near Boulder Creek in Colorado
Gorgeous fall color backdrop individual portrait during engagement photography session at Boulder Creek in the mountains of Boulder Canyon
Adorable girls photographed at Boulder Creek for their engagement photos in the mountains of Boulder Canyon
Boulder Canyon Fall Color lesbian engagement photography in the mountains of Colorado
Colorado LGBT Engagement Photography at Boulder Creek with Boulder Creek backdrop during autumn
Autumn engagement portraits at Boulder Creek next to mountain stream in Boulder Canyon Colorado
Eskimo kisses at a pretty fall lesbian engagement photography portrait session in the mountains of Boulder Canyon Colorado
Sweet engagement portrait on a bridge with fall color backdrop at the Boulder Canyon Trailhead in Colorado
Colorado Autumn Engagement Portraits at Dusk with State Patrol Officer Uniform at Boulder Creek in the Boulder Canyon
Beautiful Autumn Engagement Portrait with fall color backdrop with State Patrol Uniformed Officer in Colorado
Protective partner in Colorado State Patrol uniform during engagement photography photoshoot in Boulder Canyon
Sweet hug between an engaged couple with state patrol police uniform with fall color along the Boulder Creek in Boulder Canyon Colorado
Engagement ring detail photography with Colorado State Patrol Badge on uniform at Boulder Creek
My favorite!
Happy laughter during a fall color lesbian engagement session in the Boulder Canyon in Colorado
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