Knox Mountain Engagement | Kelowna Wedding Photographer

Knox Mountain Engagement | Kelowna Wedding Photographer

Willow trees, lake and mountain views, gorgeous sunsets and warm temperatures (30 degrees – I love you). It doesn’t get any better than this.

While I was in Kelowna at the end of June I met up with C&G to shoot their engagement session at Knox mountain – an incredible natural park in the middle of the city. We spent the evening laughing, getting to know each other, and chasing the sunset to the top of the mountain. There were a few moments that I actually gasped because the light was just that incredible.

Thanks you two for an amazing evening – I can’t wait for your wedding at Emerald Lake later this year!

*And just a note that while I am based in Calgary, I am available to take on several weddings and sessions in Kelowna, Summerland, Penticton, and the surrounding area each summer.*

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Isn’t this “I Do” wine bottle from Intrigue Wines so cute! A perfect choice to have on the tables at your wedding in wine country. And I just love this unique heirloom aquamarine engagement ring.Kelowna Wedding Photographer | Knox Mountain Engagement SessionKelowna Wedding Photographer | Knox Mountain Engagement SessionA champagne toast for the bride and groom to be:)
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  • Kelci

    WOW! These shots are just incredible!ReplyCancel

    • Carlin Anquist

      Thanks so much Kelci!!! I’m praying for a sunset like this at your wedding!ReplyCancel

  • GORGEOUS! They both have great smiles. Great location, Carlin! These photos are wonderful <3ReplyCancel

    • Carlin Anquist

      Thanks so much Michele! I wish I could shoot here all the time!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my goodness! What a gorgeous location! That view is amazing. Love this session. And 30 degrees was warm?? Brrr!ReplyCancel

    • Carlin Anquist

      Thanks Erika! and 30 degrees celsius:) That’s 86 Fahrenheit and it’s my happy place:)ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful
    Location and stunning photos!!ReplyCancel

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