How He Asked: Sedona Proposal Photography
Sedona Proposal Photography: How He Asked. Overlooking a stunning Sedona sunset, Jonathan proposed. We had been planning a family shoot for a few months. After we got our puppy, Arlo, we thought it would be a fun idea to get some images with the us and the dogs. Jonathan had some fun ideas for the locations, and I had no idea what he was planning to do!
How He Asked: Sedona Proposal
The family shoot was a blast. We traveled around Verde Valley and explored the changing landscapes. At the last stop, we climbed the hill and changed into some fancy clothes for the final photos. He asked, and of course, I said yes. Jonathan is my best friend. He has continually encouraged me to follow my dreams. Not long after we met, he helped me through the last few months of my graduate program – which was tough. He has continued to help me while I have grown my business and transitioned into my roll as an educator. I am truly grateful. The last two and a half years have been my happiest. Every day with Jonathan is filled with the sounds of laughter, the feeling of love, and the sharing of all things good. I can’t wait for this amazing new chapter.
Huge thanks to http://rachaelkoscica.com/
The vortexes were along Boynton Vista Trail, a steep path of 250 feet elevation with loose rock. We reached the two pinnacles and walked to Warrior Man first, passing a manmade heart of stones situated between the two. We found a place to the left of the front overlooking the canyon beyond. Again the stillness was there and the wind absent although it blew everywhere else.
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