“Stop making me look bad!”
That’s what Jack told Edwin as he was cleaning up the kitchen after breakfast. Mona couldn’t help but notice Edwin’s cleaning and giving Jack pointed looks. I laughed at her antics and told her she could expect that after 12 years of being together. Oh, the things we have to look forward too.
But really Jack – you could never look bad. Not with the way you look at Mona, or with the way she looks at you. And I have the photos to prove it.
Mona and Jack asked if it was possible to do an engagement session while they were visiting us in Breckenridge. Why, yes please! While I’ve been taking shots of the town all winter, I was excited to put a beautiful couple in some of these gorgeous locations.
It was so cold just days before Mona and Jack’s visit that if the weather had continued like that, we wouldn’t have been able to shoot outdoors for very long. But we got lucky – a warm, sunny day for some amazing scenic shots.
Here’s Mona and Jack looking anything but bad.
We hopped inside a local used bookstore for a few indoor photos. Amazing place to shoot! Many thanks to Justin of Ole Man Berkins!
This photo? This is just gorgeous. Go Jack.
Mona, my camera loves you. Really. It says you are welcome back at any time.
This is what happens when you ask Jack if he can give Mona a piggy back ride. Yeah, I think maybe it needs some work.
One of Mona and Jack’s friends said this photo looks like it’s out of a Korean drama. Love!
With most photo shoots, couples can feel a bit awkward in front of the camera at first, but usually loosen up as the shoot continues. I might even venture to say that some couples get silly – like here, when Jack went for a peek inside Mona’s jacket. Why yes, it’s just a purple turtleneck under there – nothing to see folks! But Mona’s reaction was priceless.
This? This is romance.
Haven’t had your fill of Mona and Jack? Check out the slideshow below for more of their engagement session!