A Whiteface Lodge winter portrait session was a gift from Cole to Julia. He knew how meaningful photographs are to her. They are a gift not just because of the experience together, but the moments to look back on.
On a snowy winter day they checked in to the Whiteface Lodge for the start of their getaway. The next day we met up in the afternoon (because of course the sun sets early in winter) and captured these images. I love the life, happiness and beauty of these photographs. How about you?
I know Julia and Cole personally. They are both small business owners, and she is a photographer who I am thrilled to call a friend. We first connected when she attended my Adirondack Wedding Workshop.
The images that we created together represent a specific moment in time. I hope that it brings joy, grounds them in today and gives them more promise for the future.
We started at a nearby trail and ended on the ice rink at the lodge. This allowed us to capture two different scenes during our Whiteface Lodge winter portrait. One was elegant in a black lace Erin Fetherston dress, the other was cozy with a fairisle sweater and mittens. Which look is your favorite – or do you love both together?