Couple goes to 'end of the world' for wedding shoot

STORY: The couple, who prefers to remain anonymous, decided on the "end of the world" destination because of their passion for hiking.

Photographer Andrea Enger, who shot the couple at Torres del Paine national park on March 4, told Reuters she decided to focus her career on "adventure elopements" where she guides couples on outdoor excursions to exchange their vows in unique and breathtaking locations.

Enger is certified as a "Leave no Trace" photographer by Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, an organization that fights ecological damage caused by wilderness recreation.

The term "end of the world" refers to Chile being the southernmost country on Earth and Patagonia being the southernmost region of Chile.