On my way to this shoot, my maps app on my phone took me to an outer edge of Jay Cooke State Park and said, "Arrived." So, I took a wild guess about what direction to go through the park to get to the entrance. Along the way, I crossed over a bridge with a breathtaking view that I'd otherwise have totally missed. Want to see it? The photos at the end were taken from that bridge.
It was pretty muddy, but we decided to cross the big bridge across the river to get to these falls.
The colors this weekend were PEAK. We couldn't believe we got so lucky as to see these yellow leaves and trees still full.
These two are the sweetest. For real, sometimes I hardly have to pose folks and they are just naturals. These two are exactly that.
Right behind the main buildings of the park entrance were tons of fallen leaves and a cute little wood bridge.
As we got out to this spot, near the bridge, it started to drizzle. We decided to just keep going. The overcast sky made the trees in the distance even brighter looking.
See! The view from the bridge begins here.
Pure freakin' magic.