There is something about Elora Gorge that is so peaceful yet powerful. It is a place I have explored before with my family while camping, but I had never been right down to the water’s edge, nor had I ventured along the winding paths near the quaint town. But on this night, with this amazing couple, we did just that. Meeting at the ruins of the Little Folks Furniture Factory, we wound our way towards the lower basin below the Tooth of Time, stopping along the way to check out fallen buildings and the gorge’s rugged beauty.
Once we got down to the quiet pool, Lisa + Mitch gamely climbed rocks, hung out in caves and braved the freezing water to take advantage of all of the natural beauty surrounding us. They are so sweet and connected, it was the perfect fusion of love and nature.
We headed back up the cliffside to find the sunshine again, Mitch sweetly guiding Lisa over the rough, loose stones (even though she was way more sure-footed in those cute sandals than I was in my hiking shoes!) and we did a few more portraits before calling it a night.
I am so excited to photograph their wedding in a couple of weeks. They are so laid back, fun and sweet, I know that it will be a day full of love and celebration with their family and friends! In the meantime, enjoy the images from this beautiful evening.