When it involves engagement and marriage ceremony pictures, in the previous couple of years, all around the world have confirmed their inventiveness time and time once more. Gone are the times of merely marking the event, with individuals now taking the chance to travel to distinctive locations in an effort to get photos that signify their private pursuits and kinds. And for one US couple, the current chilly winter climate proved to be the right inspiration for a photoshoot, as they ended up with beautiful photos taken at a frozen waterfall within the mountains of Tennessee.
Captured by photographer Kellie Elmore at Bald River Falls in Tellico Plains, the photographs present her two associates Morgan Daye and Josh Morris in suitably fashionable apparel in entrance of the huge, frozen backdrop. “The couple chose the mountains for their engagement photos because their relationship was kind of brought together by their love of nature, hiking and outdoor adventures,” Kellie informed Lonely Planet Travel News.
While the eye-catching photos are utterly distinctive to the couple and embody the uncommon prevalence of the falls freezing over, capturing the collection proved to be a problem for Kellie. “It was so cold and slick! The wind down on the ice was sharp, and although the falls were mostly frozen, there was still a lot of water rushing off which was super loud and made it difficult for the couple to hear my direction, so instead of trying to direct each shot, I basically just yelled at them to start playing, dancing and engaging with one another and I just snapped! The close ups were the only time I was able to direct or pose the look,” Kellie mentioned.
The first correct assortment of photos that Kellie had ever performed in winter, the shoot required the three of them to stroll two miles in 25-degree climate, however Kellie mentioned that it was value it. After she posted the photographs on-line, individuals across the world have been sharing and complimenting them. “I am blown away. I never dreamed my work would reach such a large audience. I expected a little more reaction from these because of the location, but nothing like how big this has been,” Kellie mentioned.
More of Kellie’s work is accessible at her official web site.