- The couple was surprised by a dark and magical twist in their photo shoot
- They had both a classical and sweet Forest Gump themed shooting and a metal one
- The ran across the band in the same location just by coincidence and the photographer invited them to join the shooting.
They were taking pictures to show the world how perfect and magical is their love when they were surprised by a destiny’s plot twist that certainly changed what they had in mind for their wedding shoot.
This lovely couple is formed by John Awesome and Nydia Hernandez from Orange Country, California. While they were having the engagement shoot in Jim Canyon last week, they ran into an amazing and unexpected surprise.
The most common thing to find there would have been a deer or maybe a bear but never a metal band, not to tell their favorite. This gave a completely turn to the style of their engagement pictures. Now everything was darker and cooler.
The band’s name is Coldvoid, that is said to enjoy “delving into the depths of the unknown in this world of chaos.
Just by coincidence, the black metal group was doing their own photoshoot taking advantage of the full moon. The photographer spotted both the band and a huge opportunity to have something different and totally epic to brag about.
The photographer invited them to participate in the photo shooting with Awesome and Hernandez and the result was wicked
“When you run into a black metal band in the woods during your engagement session you ask them to join in,” said the photographer.
Both the band and the happy couple beneficiated from this encounter which was completely random and unplanned.
Perhaps it was destiny working to take Awesome, who had been in a rock band in his youth, back to his roots.
The pictures were just amazing and everyone post them on their Facebook profile, even the rock band, so at the end it seems that everyone enjoyed the photoshoot and its results.
The lovely coupled ended up with a dark and magical metal pictures and what they had planned for starters a romantic and classical shooting inspired in good old movie, Forest Gump.