Tallen and Elizabeth are getting married!! And of course, Frank is ecstatic.
Being fall, one of my favorite places was the perfect backdrop to their engagement session. The Cedar Creek Grist Mill gives lots of gorgeous scenery to showcase these two lovebirds.
The old grist mill was built in 1876 along the picturesque Cedar Creek. Aged wood on the mill and the covered bridge is just a highlight to their engagement images. A little backlighting on the bridge doesn’t hurt either.
Along the eastern side of the creek, the path leads to rock outcroppings and access down to the stream. This area is less visited, so it’s the perfect area to sneak off to. Fall hasn’t fully hit here in the Pacific Northwest, so I used some editing magic and boosted the season forward a little bit.
However, I was able to find one leaf that was ready for fall!
And then there was Frank, Tallen and Elizabeth’s adorable pup. He wanted to be with them the entire time. Luckily, both of their Mother’s came along to handle the dog that didn’t want to leave their side. Frank brought along a few signs to tell us human’s how he felt.
Congratulations to these two! Bill and I are excited to capture your wedding next year along the Lewis River!