Chantal + Jason
Drumheller, AB Couples Session
Chantal + Jason
June 19, 2017
Chantal + Jason are seriously the most sweetest and adorable couple ever! We did their couples session at the Horsetheif Canyon in Drumheller.
Drumheller is probably one of the coolest places in Alberta and one of my top 3 of places to shoot a session. It was my first time going and I absolutely LOVED IT and especially when you get to photograph such beautiful couples! Jason + Chantal have been married for 8 years this July and honestly they seem like they just got married yesterday with how loving and sweet they are with one another. These two are serious marriage goals and I am so thankful to know them and have Chantal as a friend! Chantal is also a awesome photographer, make sure to check her out at Paisley Photography. She did our gorgeous wedding photos! Thank you guys for the fun filled evening and all the laughs, you two are amazing!
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South of the traffic bridge over the Red Deer river on Highway 9 is the World’s Largest Dinosaur, a 26.2-metre (86 ft) high fiberglass Tyrannosaurus rex that can be entered for a view of the Badlands, including the adjacent 23 metre (75 ft) water fountain, again one of the largest in Canada. Tourist attractions also include the Star Mine Suspension Bridge, Atlas Coal Mine, Canadian Badlands Passion Play, Horseshoe Canyon, Water Spray Park, Aquaplex with indoor and outdoor pools, Horse Thief Canyon, hoodoos, Midland Provincial Park, the Rosedeer Hotel in Wayne, 27 kilometres (17 mi) of constructed pathways, Bleriot Ferry, East Coulee School Museum, Homestead Museum, Valley Doll Museum and the Little Church which is capable of seating only six patrons.
Next to Drumheller ski hill is the Canadian Badlands Passion Play site, where, for two weeks each July, performances are held. Companies are composed of actors from all over Alberta. The site also offers small plays throughout the summer and an interpretive centre.