This Spectacular Wedding Shoot Took Place Almost 2,300 Feet Above Water

The photos are both terrifying and mesmerizing.

Two years ago, Tim and Kylie Healy married in Long Beach, but due to 'all the formalities" and an unfortunately rainy day, they weren't able to get their ideal wedding photos

In a post on the Love What Matters Facebook page, Priscila Valentina Photography, a "husband and wife built company capturing beautiful and timeless portraits," explains how the Healys reached out to recapture their wedding.

"They told me they wanted to go somewhere [in Norway] that no one had been married before; and when I saw photos of the destination, I was intrigued, but intimidated."

"I wanted to do Norway justice by projecting the glory of its nature through the lens of my camera," the writer from Priscila Valentina Photography continues on Facebook. "[Tim and Kylie] wanted to remarry and to be intentional about making their day everything they could ever imagine. They were intrigued about writing their own vows and going to one of the most magical places on Earth — that has recently started to be discovered: the Trolltunga in Norway."

The Trolltunga is a spectacular cliff 700 meters (about 2,300 feet) above Lake Ringedalsvatnet. The hike to the top requires one to wear "sturdy hiking boots, bring extra warm clothing, rainwear and [to] be prepared for bad weather," Visit Norway explains, adding that people need a map and compass, food and drink, and other hiking supplies, skills, and knowledge in order to safely accomplish the hike. 

In photos shared on the photographers' website and on social media, the Healys can be seen wearing their hiking gear, making their way to the Trolltunga. There, they pitch a tent to change into a suit and a wedding dress. The couple then poses near the end of the cliff in what are some of the most captivating wedding photos we've ever seen. 

The Trolltunga is a spectacular cliff 700 meters above Lake Ringedalsvatnet. The hike to the top requires one to wear "sturdy hiking boots, bring extra warm clothing, rainwear and [to] be prepared for bad weather," Visit Norway explains, adding that people need a map and compass, food and drink, and other hiking supplies, skills, and knowledge in order to safely accomplish the hike. 

In photos shared on the photographers' website and on social media, the Healys can be seen wearing their hiking gear, making their way to the Trolltunga. There, they pitch a tent to change into a suit and a wedding dress. The couple then poses near the end of the cliff in what are some of the most captivating wedding photos we've ever seen. 

"Let's go find a place no one has been married at before and get remarried," one person comments on Facebook, tagging their significant other. 

So whether you're a thrill-seeker or just want to take a look at these photos from afar, check out more from the Healy's special day in the photos below.

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