The beautiful island of Kaua'i is world-renown for its lush, vibrant landscape. Not only is the oldest Hawaiian island abundant with incredible tropical forests and pristine beaches, but Kaua'i is home to the 3,000 feet deep Waimea Canyon. The ten mile long canyon is known as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific" for its vast size and depth. It also serves as an absolutely stunning backdrop for bridal photography, complete with waterfalls and plunging valleys. Local Hawaii wedding photographers Zephyr & Tide love photographing couples in the canyon at sunrise or sunset. The way that the light streams through the horizon is awe-inspiring. We love this bridal session of Kelsey and Jarrett with the wind blowing through Kelsey's gown.
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