Asheville, North Carolina has been on my bucket list of places to visit for so long. Erik and I have talked for a long time about us visiting one day. There are so many attractive things about Asheville, Erik was looking forward to the food scene while I was looking forward to just having the experience of being there. So when the opportunity arose for me to visit Asheville and have the chance to photograph at the well-known Asheville Glamping tourist attraction I knew I had to take it.
The Asheville area is known for its beauty due to The Blue Ridge Mountains and the parkway but Asheville Glamping allows you to be privy to a different kind of beauty, the quiet country kind of those rolling mountains where you stay on the hilltops with views of the horizon in front of you and the cows mooing from their fields in the not so far distance. Asheville Glamping is the perfect place to be reminded of the beauty around us and to give thanks for what we have.
But I don’t think Tony and Jayme needed much reminding of that. These two are absolutely filled with love and gratitude for not just one another but for all of God’s blessings. Being able to spend time with them on that day was privilege enough and having since friended them I am just absolutely in awe of their vigor for life, adventure, and new experiences.
Asheville Glamping is known for its appeal for those who want to have a bit of adventure with a bit of comfort still. Their vintage Airstreams, tents, and pup-up domes provide an aesthetically pleasing appeal but the comforts of home. For Tony and Jayme’s couple session we got to photograph them in Asheville Glamping’s largest dome, Dome 3. With one side of the dome completely transparent to the outside you’re able to watch the sunrise each morning and as the day progresses bask in the sunlight like a kitten getting drunk off too much sun.
Inside the Dome it boats a slide for its guests to use to make it down from the loft to the living room area and some very cool artwork adorning the wall behind the master bed, a nod to the mountains around us.
But all of that pales in comparison to one thing. Tony’s twerking. Can you spot the photos below of his dancing shenanigans?