After months and months of planning, after eighty three days of sunshine, Kyle and Becca’s day had arrived. The day began with grey flannel blankets of fog deep in Yale Valley out along the Lewis River. A Torrential mist engulfed the foothills, scattered showers broken by deluges of rain were forecast for this day from the window at Anderson Lodge.
Not the best or the easiest scenario for photography I have to be honest. Through these challenges I have been very pleasantly surprised. Life throws you some curves, and how you negotiate the changes will determine your course. With Kyle and Becca’s help, and umbrella’s in every ones hands, we were able to make the most of it.
As with any event the planning begins far in advance. A day is chosen, a location selected, it looms on the horizon, a milestone. When that day arrives there is nothing left to do but smile.
One lovely fall wedding at a unique Swedish influence venue called The Anderson Lodge in Ariel Washington overlooking Yale Valley near Mount St. Helens.