I've been working on this blog for close to two weeks! Life is hectic. Words are what I was lacking. Spring is here and I'm spending much of time in my yard. These are from one of my April family shoots and I wanted to share them. It was midday on a weekend, bright and sunny, with difficult light but I found some shade. I tucked this family into the shadows of a big white farm house and large roadside maples. Sometimes you just need to stop your day for a few minutes, share s
I think this is the earliest i've been to Camp. Ice had been off the pond for about a week and local sugar makers were just finishing up. I have never been able to see anyone up there boil. This was a trip for doing nothing. First of it's kind in a long time. Without ice, kayaking was a must. Just thought i'd share some of my pictures from the weekend which include Norton on our end of the pond, family stuff, visiting Devost's Sugarhouse in Norton, a few birds, and turtles...
This past weekend I made a trip up to Jamaica to take these senior pictures. It is proof that it's not too late to get these squared away and I definitely have availability for anyone who may have missed out in the fall. Miranda, her mom, and I spent an hour or so walking around her family farm. She showed me some of the highlights of the property including the river and the barn. I was told she spends much of her summer days out in the fields haying. I was introduced to her
Alyson's Orchard in New Hampshire is a haven for outdoor photography. It is also an incredibly gorgeous location for an outdoor apple blossom wedding. Sam & Bob exchanged vows surrounded by their close friends and family, on the edge of Sarma's Pond with a westward view of their home state, Vermont. Under a handmade birch arbor, a tree planting ceremony was included as Sam & Bob's parents helped give love, life, soil, and water to the couple's first tree. What a special weddi