This year is shaping up to be so incredibly beautiful with many wonderful couples. And Kiersten and Matt’s elopement at the end of the month will be amazing! But before that, we met for Lake Dillon engagement photos to get these two comfortable in front of the camera! The day was filled with location scouting near Loveland Pass and all around the Dillon Reservoir, culminating with a short engagement session.
Lake Dillon was an easy choice for this couple. Kiersten feels she is most at peace near water, whether boating, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, camping near a river, hiking to an alpine lake, or strolling a sandy shoreline. Matt enjoys traveling, hiking, snowboarding, and fly fishing. These two met on a dating app a few months into the pandemic. Their first date was at a local brewery, and by the end of that date they had already planned their next few future adventures. Kiersten feels lucky every day for Matt and she holds the love they’ve found with immense gratitude.
Prior to Matt’s proposal, Kiersten had a medical conference in Utah. Because of that, they decided to extend their trip exploring national parks. Matt timed it so that they would end up at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at sunset. They walked around for a while, and then Matt got down on one knee and asked Kiersten to marry him. The sky and surrounding area looked amazing.
If you’re interested in Lake Dillon engagement photos, let me know here! It’s such a gorgeous area with no shortage of amazing scenery!
*Film images were photographed on Portra 400 and developed at Photovision.
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