- By Trey Tomsik
Wedding Photography at Valley of Fire
The land has a timeless, indestructible look that is misleading. Most of the formations at Valley of Fire are made of soft red sandstone deposited 150 million years ago. Much later, groundwater began to dissolve the underlying salt deposits. The sandstone domes collapsed and weathered into a maze of vertical rock slabs and mountains that were then carved and shaped by eons of weathering and erosion into the Beautiful Peaks and Majestic Valleys of the Valley of Fire. Even the ancient indians found the area to be sacred as seen in petroglyphs through out the park.
One of the most beautiful and unique locations to have a wedding or photo shoot at, Valley of Fire offer stunning back drops with spectacular sunsets. Which gives a professional photographer a great opportunity to shoot a variety of styles from silhouettes, sunset shots, close ups and landscape portraits. You can’t go wrong choosing Valley of Fire for your wedding or photo shoot.