Diamond City Couples Photos [Andrew & Nicole on the Cattle Ranch]

Diamond City couples photos

Andrew invited me out to the cattle ranch where he works to have Diamond City couples photos with his girlfriend Nicole. I first met Andrew and Nicole two years ago when their close friends got married and we visited this same cattle ranch for photos. This time we weren’t constrained to where a limo could take them and got to off-road a bit!

The ranch is gorgeous! Coulees and the river form a U-shape around the ranch, giving us river access with tons of yellow wildflowers leading the way to the water. The cows curiously watched us for a few minutes then got bored. This posed a challenge when Andrew and Nicole actually wanted photos with the cows, but the animals all turned their backsides to us!

Nicole and Andrew are adorable together. This would have been a great date night if I hadn’t been the third wheel ;)

Southern Alberta cattle ranch portraits
They love this big rock in the middle of the field, and luckily knew exactly where to find it!
Diamond City couples photos
Southern Alberta cattle ranch portraits
Cow butts! They are too familiar with Andrew so the photoshoot wasn’t a big deal ;)
Diamond City couples photos
Diamond City couples photos
Southern Alberta cattle ranch portraits
Diamond City couples photos
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We had hoped for golden hour and instead got risk of rain showers, but I loved the stormy clouds that surrounded the ranch!
Diamond City portrait session
Southern Alberta cattle ranch portraits
Diamond City portrait session
Diamond City couples photos
Southern Alberta cattle ranch portraits
Lethbridge couples photo session

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