Engagement Session In Fjällbacka At A Private Island
Miranda and Txema’s engagement session in Fjällbacka was nothing short of amazing! The sun was setting, and we spent the late afternoon and evening at their private island. Their summer home is overlooking the beaches and cliffs.
The Fishing Village Fjällbacka
Fjällbacka is a small fishing village from the beginning. It is made famous by a Swedish crime author. Every summer, Fjällbakca is flooded with crime book tourists, and I can see why. Fjällbakca evokes both the Swedish melancholy and your fantasy at the same time. It is lovely at any time of year, but the summer is a highpoint for sure!
The Mountain In Fjällbacka
Fjället Fjällbacka got its name from the big mountain called Fjället, which is next to the village. The old part of the town is so picturesque. The archipelago buildings sit at the foot of the mountain next to the sea. More recent constructions are further inland. Fjällbacka archipelago is on the west coast, and from there, you can visit Väderöarna.
Invitation To Come Visit
In July, Miranda and Txema invited to photograph their engagement session in Fjällbacka. It is one of Sweden’s most beautiful locations on the west coast. I had only visited Fjällbacka once a long time ago. So I felt delighted to go there and photograph! We met up at one of the hottest days of the summer. Their summer home was exquisite, and we made good use of the beautiful area beneath the main building. Fjällbacka showed off by giving us glittering water and a gorgeous sunset. We strolled down to the old fishing harbor in the olde town of Fjällbakcaka. And there we stopped for some photos and ice cream.
A Picturesque Harbour
The stunning golden sunlight clashed on the cliffs and the boats. And the sun gradually sank below the horizon. An amazing day! Thank you, Miranda & Txema! It was a fantastic experience visiting your home in Fjällbacka, and I know this lovely town that holds such a special meaning to you both.
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