Las Vegas Engagement Photos | Emilie & Drew

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April 6, 2020

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Although we’re all social distancing right now due to COVID-19, I wanted to start off the week by reflecting on a little while back when I traveled to Las Vegas to photograph these two beautiful souls. Both Emilie and Drew are from Wisconsin, but they are in Nevada while Drew inters with Desert National Wildlife Refuge in Corn Creek. Although Vegas is a temporary home for them, they felt it was essential to capture their engagement photos in the breathtaking landscape where they were engaged. We drove between three beautiful views: The Springs Preserve, Desert National Wildlife Refuge, and Red Cock Canyon National Conservation Area in Calico Basin. It may not be the Vegas Strip, but the landscape here dazzled and amazed me! Plus, Emilie and Drew were SO FUN (as you can probably tell from their photos). I cannot wait for their wedding in Wisconsin this August! We’re all looking forward to a time when it’s safe to explore outdoor spaces again soon, and until then, please take care of yourselves, and I pray you are your family are happy and healthy.

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