A free spirit, enneagram 4, and introverted extrovert who loves being barefoot, drinking way too much coffee and is an impulsive book buyer. I’m all about playing board games with friends, weekend camping trips and exploring every National Park. So, pour yo’self a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine) and make yourself at home! I’m so happy you’re here.
Molly and Jakes late February engagement session along the Palouse River in North Idaho at sunset felt like a rainbow after so many struggles with late winter weather forcing them to rescheduled more then once.
Both of them writers, storytellers and lovers of words and the written language, these two quickly melted my heart. With their goofy and loving attitude, their openness with me and their willingness to just be down for anything I threw out there.
As the sun slowly starts to decend, the cicadas come out and start singing their evening tune, its the perfect setting to run around barefoot for an engagement session, and that’s just what these two did!
The morning was still, and besides the soothing hums and chants of prayer you could hear over the riad’s wall and the birds singing sweetly in the orange trees, the morning was ultimately calm and quiet, as they sipped on Moroccan mint tea before their session…
You do not want to miss this sweet Southern Idaho engagement session. Against the Owyhee Canyonlands and sagebrush, Mikayla and Akira’s love for one another (and craft beer) stole my heart and I couldn’t get enough.
Your Narrative blog will appear here, click preview to see it live.For any issues click here photography: Heather Woolery Photographydress: Free Peoplevenue: Kam Kam Dunesdesign/planning: Mae and Co. Related Posts Couples Palouse River Idaho February Engagement | Adventurous Idaho Elopement Photographer Couples Couples Couples Pullman Washington Palouse Hills Couples Session Couples Couples Couples Moscow […]
Heather Woolery is an intimate wedding and elopement photographer based out of Idaho who travels around the Pacific Northwest and around the world to document couples’ unique stories. Heather is also a writer, mother, and educator who’s got a cold cup of coffee nearby at all times.
copyright, heather woolery, all rights reserved | Heather Woolery Photography is an equal rights business. Heather Woolery Photography donates 5% of all booked weddings and elopements to local trail preservation and the National Park Foundation | website by alisabeth designs