Cumberland Gap TN Engagement
Noah first caught Julie’s eye at church. She instantly loved his quick wit and how much fun he was to be around. It didn’t take Noah long to conclude Julie was the sweetest person he’d ever met.
The Cumberland Gap area of Tennessee is special to both Noah and Julie. It’s where Noah proposed this spring. Noah had planned it all out. He’d told her they were there because her sister was going to be having her photo session. Needless to say she said yes and the rest is history!
We talked about their story, their families, and their wedding while we walked around Cumberland Gap and The Pinnacle overlook in Middlesboro KY. I loved photographing these two not only because they are a beautiful couple but also because of Julie’s smile! Her joy is contagious and that made for beautiful portraits! Enjoy this summer engagement shoot and look for their 2018 fall wedding!!! I am looking forward to photographing them as a bride and groom!!
You two are naturals!! My job was a piece of cake!
The light was beyond perfect even if it was at least 90 degrees out. You two were amazing.
The wheel at Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast is visible on the south side of the building, though it was not running.
After Whistle Stop antiques, we passed The Frame Shop and Art Gallery with it’s antique truck out front on Colwyn Ave.
One of my favorites!
Church of the Living God at Cumberland Gap, TN.
The final part of our photo adventure for their engagement session was to go to the Pinnacle overlook! The trail is paved and a pleasant walk.
The overlook it’s self is every bit as spectacular as everyone says it is! I think it would be beautiful at any season of the year.
Extra thanks to Emily for coming along to help hold phones and other things.
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