If you're looking for a great location to shoot in at any time of the year, look no further than Tibble Fork Reservoir. Located just a few miles up American Fork Canyon, this location can be accessed year-round. In the spring, it's a great spot to shoot at before everything else greens up because of the evergreens that supply color all year. In the summer, the blue-green waters add a unique element to photos. In the fall, the gorgeous mountain peaks and golden grass screams, "Autumn!" And in the winter, it's quintessential, snow-covered Utah - magical when it's snowing.
Highland Glen Park is such a versatile location - it has great views of the Wasatch Mountains year round, along with darling, tree-covered paths, a riverbed area, wide open spaces, lots of trees, a pond, and more! It's a great location year round, with accessible parking and easy-to-reach photo spots!
It was so fun getting to see the Croft family again! I photographed Alia and Nate's wedding, and 3 of Nate's cousin's weddings, so they feel like family now...we found the prettiest area at Empire Pass and I loved every photo we captured!
Orchards are one of my favorite places to photograph in - they are so versatile! In the spring, they are full of blossoms. In the summer, they are perpetually green and full of life. In the fall, they offer the prettiest symmetrical rows of autumn colors - yellows, oranges, and reds. I was delighted to photograph these families at Burgess Orchard this spring and can't wait to capture many more smiling faces there this fall! It has peach and apple orchards with a great view of the Wasatch mountains, as well as some great rows of pine trees.
Fall photos at the amphitheater at Quail Cove in American Fork (just west of the LDS American Fork Temple) are some of my favorites! The park is huge - perfect for groups of all sizes, with a large variety of foliage and backdrops to give you a varied gallery. The bushes turn vibrant oranges, reds, and yellows in September and October and the large trees help produce the prettiest lighting for the last few hours of the day.
Tibble Fork is a great location for fall photos - the aspens above the parking lot turn golden, the water is always the prettiest blue-green, and even if fall is lackluster, the evergreen trees offer year-round color! I had the best time photographing lots of beautiful families during fall at Tibble Fork Reservoir!