"Dear old world, you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you." -- Anne of Green Gables
In a past life, I was a farmer. Okay, so actually, chances are good that if past lives existed, I would have been a farmer. Or I would have had donkeys. Because, hey, let’s face it, everyone was a whole lot more agrarian back then. But that still doesn’t explain how in love I am with the miniature donkeys in today’s post.
Becky and Nathan are the best. Partially because they
Spring is around the corner and Nora and Neil’s wedding is on Saturday, so there’s no time like the present to post their baseball and nature themed engagement session!
I’ve said it so many times that it’s probably a running theme in my blog posts: I get to go to some really cool places to take pictures. Last fall, one of those places included a Camden Yards engagement session with Nora and Neil,
I’ve always had a thing for farm shoots. It might be because I’m a country girl at heart or because there’s usually just so much there to work with or because animals are so handy for awesome moments — it’s probably that, and more. Last year, I caught up with Amy and Adam for their engagement shoot at Rocklands Farm, a location new to me, but really diverse and
Starting us off in blog posts, we’ll hop over to Clipper Mill, where I enjoyed a perfect early morning shoot with Jessie and Zach. The thing about Clipper Mill that is so great for shooting is the texture. It’s got a really strong Chic/Crumbling/Industrial feel with really neat architecture and lots of fun strong lines and backgrounds to play around with as a photographer. Jessie and
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