Sheena Harper Photography

Driggs Idaho Engagement

Adventure comes in many forms. I often describe adventures as activities that get my heart racing, and they almost always take place outdoors. Whether that means doing something that involves a little risk or that is just plain exciting, I feel that going on adventures keeps me young at heart. I believe that couples who adventure together stay together, which is why I love working with adventurous couples.¬†Often on my blog I use the term adventurous to describe things in the mountains, like a precarious hike to a mountain top or a snowshoe hike across a frozen lake, but sometimes, like today, I use it for exploring spooky abandoned locations. I don’t know why, but I have always been attracted to old buildings like this. Maybe it’s the history and character they have, or the raw natural textures they have, or maybe it’s just exploring the unknown – but when Ashley and Blake shared this secret east Idaho location with me for their adventure engagement session, I was in love. I should have known that an artist like Ashley would have some good ideas up her sleeve. By the way, if you don’t know Ashley and her rad art you must like her Facebook page and check her work out at Mountain Girl Studios. I had never seen anything like it before. It is so unique and colorful and I want one of everything! She is an amazing artist who makes everything handmade in her home studio from silk paintings to stained glass antler dream catchers.