One of the most beautiful places I have ever been is Death Valley National Park. The place is so strange with high mountain peaks, sand dunes and salt flats all within the park. A reason I love it so much is that you have to look closely for the beauty as it's not always right there in your face. You can stand at a precipice and not see much beauty until you walk closer, or further from something of interest. In addition the park is absolutely huge. It takes hours to drive from one spot to another. This pre-wedding photo session was taken at the furnace creek, Badwater Basin, Natural Bridge and Racetrack Valley. We explored these areas creating beautiful portraits of the bride and groom who were not yet married but wanted to use the photos in an album to display at their wedding. This is a growing tradition among millennials getting married. We had such fun traversing the large dunes and finding unique places and angles throughout the park and can't wait to get there again. Join us for our next couplescape trip to this fantastic valley and bring your wedding gown and your husband and let's create some of the most stunning photos you have ever seen.
Death Valley is located in California on the Nevada border.
Location: Death Valley, CA.1/4000; f/2.8; ISO 160; 20.0 mm.