Lexi and Justin: Flagstaff AZ Engagement Photographers
Flagstaff AZ Engagement Photographers: Lexi and Justin’s Autumn Session. I loved meeting this couple and working together during our recent session. Lexi told me all about her amazing relationship… “Justin and I have been together for over 7 1/2 years. We actually officially met in our middle school PE class. It wasn’t until my freshman year of high school that actually started hanging out and became friends. This is because we both did the same three sports. He always insisted on sitting next to me on our trips to different games/meets. By April of that year, we began dating and have been together ever since. It’s been amazing to grow up together and to be able to see how far we have both come in life. I wouldn’t trade what we have for the world.”
About The Couple: Lexi and Justin
“Who said I love you first? This was so long ago that neither of us are quite sure we remember correctly. I believe it was just casually said one day as we were saying goodbye to each other after school. It must have just felt right because neither of us thought much about it. We just had a great connection and knew we loved each other.”
Our favorite way to spend a day together would probably be camping or hiking. We both love the outdoors and living in a mountain town. He actually proposed during a trip to Utah we took last spring. We spent several days exploring Zion National Park and the other beautiful areas of southern Utah. We have two fur babies. A dog named Kona and a cat named Colby Jack (he’s orange like the cheese). We love them to death and love spending time with them. Kona loves hiking with us as well and we often take her with us on our adventures.
About The Location: Aspen Corner
Situated on sloping meadows and open glades high on the western slope of the San Francisco Peaks, the Aspen Loop Trail affords unhindered views of the volcanic field to the west and the Grand Canyon to the north. The Peaks loom high above with fine views of the nearby Arizona Snowbowl.
Beginning at the Humphreys Trailhead and branching west, the way leads through micro habitats where sun-loving wildflowers and grasses alternate with shade plants and ferns along the trail’s winding, 300-foot elevation change. Birds of the open glades abound: flickers, jays, juncos, and warblers. Aspen, spruce, and pine stand along the trail, including several large bristlecones. Higher up the Peaks, these trees can live well over a thousand years!
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