On our way to the senior photo shoot a couple weekends ago, we passed the Walcott Covered Bridge. We stopped to take some photos here before heading on to the farm.
Last weekend I did a photo shoot for a high school senior. I have to say, it was probably the most fun photo shoot I’ve ever done. The family was just amazing, and so organized! They brought their own props and everything. Here are a couple of photos from the day.
I can’t take credit for the idea of this photo, Cody’s dad had this one all worked out. But I love how it came out!
Thanks again Cody, Lexie, Kim and Glenn. Macy and I had a great time!
Y’all have seen these little ladies on my blog before…they’re definitely in my top list of favorite photo subjects. 🙂
They both celebrated birthdays recently…Mallory turning 2, and big sis Natalie turning 3. What better subjects for the theme of maturity?
I am posting a photo from earlier this week because I have been totally consumed with the tornadoes that have been moving across North Carolina today. I moved here to KY from there in 1997 and still have family and friends there.
Thankfully I have been in touch with everyone and they are all OK. Lots of property damage, but they are OK and that is all that matters. Thank you God!
Just to clarify, this is not MY horse, it’s Macy’s…her dad got him for her. But I did get to go visit him the other day. 🙂 So here are a couple of photos of Dusty. He was so cute when he was running.
I found some more quilt barns yesterday. Unfortunately, I am not having any luck locating them on the KY Arts Council listing of registered barns. So, I don’t know the name of this one, but I like the uniqueness of the barn’s paint job.
*Update: One of my readers said it’s called “Jacob’s Ladder.” Thank you (and your mom!) Shari. 🙂
I have been driving around Northern Kentucky for days now looking for old barns. Yesterday, we went to the pool with some friends of ours, and low and behold, right there was a very cool barn just waiting for me.
I used some contrast, shadowing and saturation just to bring out the colors a little more.