I have to say this Point Reyes California Engagement Session might have been the hardest weather conditions I have ever shot in but one of the coolest. It can rain, snow, or be cold out, I really don’t mind at all. But experience insane winds on a shore, I’m not sure how I feel about that haha! It sure was the craziest wind we all experienced this day. Belen and Elie stood strong and made their Point Reyes Engagement Session a real dream! I’m so grateful for couples ready for anything to make their photos as epic as they can!
Belen and Elie are real adventurers. These two have been traveling to so many places already, from the beautiful Sahara Desert in Morroco to Lebanon and Spain to meet their family and many more. Choosing a destination wedding for them just seems to be the right thing to do. Belen and Elie are planning on getting married next year in Cancun and gather all their family to celebrate their love at one of their favorite locations. I can’t wait to be part of their day and document their amazing wedding!!!
About Point Reyes
Point Reyes National Seashore is located about 1hr and a half away north of San Francisco. The drive to the national seashore is absolutely stunning. There are lots of areas to explore in Point Reyes California, from the different beaches, cliffside, and hiking trails. Exploring Point Reyes over a few days is definitely worth it! It’s the perfect location for a fun weekend getaway from San Francisco.
What to do in Point Reyes? Here are my favorite areas of the National Seashore: The Cypress Tree Tunnel (It looks just like northern Ireland), South Beach Overlook, Chimney Rock Trail for some amazing views over the coast and landscape, and Drakes Beach for some serious England vibe with the white Cliffs beach.
Point Reyes National Sea Shore is seriously one of the best locations I have ever had a chance to explore with a couple. They are so many options, from the beach itself to the broken cliff shore, you’ll surely find the right spot for you. When I first scouted, Point Reyes made me feel like I was back in England. The cliffs in some areas are just like the southern part of England and Ireland. I never thought I would find this kind of landscape in California!