After Wedding Shoot In Austria

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Honeymoon shoot in the mountains in Austria by Wild Connections Photography
7th November 2017 / By / , , , / 4 Comments

Susana & Tiago were in Austria on their honeymoon.

Coming from Portugal, Tiago had never seen snow before, and neither of them had ever stood on skis. After a few ski lessons, they decided to capture their adventure and brought along their wedding outfits for an after-wedding shoot in the snow.

Their shoot took place in the Zillertal valley in the Austrian Tyrol in the Hochzillertal ski area.

After Susana & Tiago came down from the mountain, they explored the Austrian landscape around the town of Kaltenbach in Zillertal and found some beautiful waterfalls.

Photography: Wild Connections Photography

Austria mountain honeymoon Susana & Tiago stand in the snow and embrace on a mountain in the Zillertal by Wild Connections Photography Austria mountain honeymoon Susana & Tiago stand in the snow and look at each other on a mountain in the Zillertal by Wild Connections Photography

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4 Comments

  1. Kamira G. says:

    Aww what a beautiful way to not only remember your honeymoon but also capture the memories of seeing/experiencing your first snow. I love these candid endearing photos. My favorites are the waterfall shots. Very nice. Congrats to the happy couple.

  2. Melinda says:

    These are beautiful wedding photos. I love the ones with the skis. Never knew anyone who did their wedding on skis!

  3. Kenechukwu says:

    Wow,great honeymoon concept

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