Have you ever been in the company of two people who are so right for each other, you know they just belong together? As in…. you can’t help but feel their chemistry. It’s as though there’s some sort of magnetic pull between them, only allowing them to be *so* far apart, and always drawing them ever closer?
That pull, that magnetism… it sends chills up your arms and makes your neck tingle… it’s undeniable when you see it, feel it. It’s nothing short of electric. It makes you know deep down in your heart and soul that nothing could ever be so right as the love happening in front of you.
Yeah, that’s the kind of love happening between these two. Ashley says she feels safe with Aaron, he makes her want to do things that are not in comfort zone – like dancing, and facing her fear of heights. And Aaron says Ashley takes his breath away with just a smile, that she is his 8th wonder of the world. THAT, friends, is the kind of relationship we should all dream of having.
We met at the beautiful Crescent Moon Ranch/Red Rock Crossing area in Sedona for their engagement session. It was a warm and sunny summer day, perfect for a stroll along Oak Creek. As the sun set, we hiked up for a gorgeous sweeping view of Cathedral Rock. And the breeze was just perfect for that sexy wind swept hair. This was one of those days, and one of those places that make you fall in love with the desert, and the incredibly romantic vibe it gives. There’s nothing better than an epic view and an epic couple to make this photographer’s heart sing. And on this particular day, in the company of Ashley + Aaron, and in full view of their love, well… it was just magic.
Congratulations Ashley & Aaron! You guys are fabulous and I adored photographing you! Your chemistry is infectious, and I know your life together will be filled incredibly romantic, dancing-on-top-of-a-mountain, pushing-each-others-limits, wind-blowing-through-your-hair kind of adventures! I can’t wait to photograph your Windmill Winery wedding! 💕
Photos: Mindy DeLuca Photography
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