January 30, 2024
Julia, Wes, Toby, and Taco’s High Cliff State Park engagement session was a delightful winter wonderland filled with love and playfulness. As we arrived, we were met with a rare warm and sunny Wisconsin winter day. The sunshine turned the park into a picturesque setting for this adorable family.
These cuties (both human and canine) started the session snuggling and playing together, creating an atmosphere more like a winter play date than a formal engagement session.
Against the backdrop of the trails and cliffs of High Cliff State Park, we all shared some laughter. Toby and Taco, the adorable and furry companions to Julia – and sometimes Wes – added so much fun and playfulness before heading off to spend time with one of their human besties.
He may have been initially unsure, but Wes trusted the process. He focused on Julia and let his face do all the talking! The results were nothing short of adorable as their connection came through in every shot. The High Cliff State Park engagement session transformed into a celebration of family, togetherness, and the joy found in simple, candid moments with not-always-cooperative pooches.
So I hope you enjoy the story of this sweet family of four! From the initial playfulness to the quieter, more intimate moments, each photograph captures an aspect of their relationship. Take a scroll through this winter engagement session at High Cliff State Park!
In loving memory of Taco. You were such a good boy, and so so loved.
If you loved this session, you’ll also love Maranda & Nathan’s Milwaukee Art Museum engagement session!
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