If I find myself with an open weekend (a rare occurrence during wedding season) I always do my best to get out for a hike. Not only do I get to explore new places with my spouse, but it also gives me the chance to location scout for my couples. I love being able to share new spots with them for their engagement, anniversary, or elopement sessions— and I love the excuse to get out into nature. A few weeks ago, I visited a couple of gorgeous & secluded waterfalls just outside of Louisville and Rebekah messaged me when she saw them on my story. I was ecstatic to be able to share this magical place with her & Andrea. I also need to give them props— it had rained a lot before this visit, so the way I previously found down to the waterfall was just a stream when we went to shoot. It was a slippery and challenging climb down but they were a) totally on board with my shenanigans and b) so sweet and careful with each other over all the slippery and steep parts. I made some accidentally really awesome jokes, we found some (empty) carpenter bee nests, and the sun created an elusive rainbow above the waterfall. It was an amazing afternoon.
If you're looking for more waterfalls, Jen & Tyler's Iceland engagement session will do the trick.