You know those love stories that just seem to perfect to be real?

Single mother of 5, marries the love of her life, and I may have a bit of restored faith in love after witnessing these two tie the knot.

Their wedding was beyond perfect.

Her 15 year old daughter did everyone’s hair, her 9 year old daughter sang skinny love to them, and she hand made all of her decorations and soaps for her guests.

Their wedding was at the beautiful Millennial Falls. Flowers by Dahlia’s Flowers  and that amazing car is from Antique Limousine Services of Utah

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The way he looks at her is enough to let you feel their love.

These two had a beautiful wedding and I was so honored they trusted me to be their wedding photographer.

Their ceremony was at the Salt Lake Temple and their reception was at a beautiful home in Cedar Hills. It was beautiful weather, a perfect day for a perfect couple.

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2701 miles in six days along Highway 101 on the Oregon Coast up through Washington. We stopped at Crater Lake, The Oregon Sand Dunes, Umpquoa Lighthouse, The Devil’s Punchbowl, Indian Beach, Cannon Beach, Haystack Rock, Cape Lookout Forrest, Titelow Beach, Narrows Bridge, Cape Meares Lighthouse, Pikes Market, Daniel Lakes, and indulged in the most amazing food I’ve ever had.

I’ve always felt a strong connection to the coast and now I know why….it is simply magical. One minute you are driving through the dense forrest and then you are looking at the beautiful ocean. The weather was moody and perfect, fog, drizzling rain, and pockets of sunshine. So many contrasting colors from the green moss, the red sand, black rocks, it was perfect. Here are a few of my attempts at landscape photography.

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