Jan 04, 2014 | Post by: Tobi-Dawne Comments Off

Frozen (a preview for Leslie & Jackie)


People have the most interesting reactions when I suggest we head outside in -20 to -30 degree temperatures.  Sure, you can’t spend all day out when it’s that cold, but the beauty of the frozen Saskatchewan landscape simply can’t be beat.  And the warmth and love that shine through when dealing with the frigid temperatures create memories and photographs that are worth the cold noses.

Thankfully Leslie and Jackie were game!  So before they got themselves all put together in their wedding finery we headed outside and down to the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.  Was it cold?  Heck yeah!  Was it worth it?  Completely!

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