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{Autumn Family and Senior Session on the Farm | The Bestul Family}

December 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Farm families are awesome as a general rule, and the Bestul family is no exception! It has been my pleasure to photograph this great group of people a few different times in recent years. This time we also did senior photos for Tiffany, how perfectly does the fall foliage complement her red hair!?
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{Payton | Senior Session on the Farm | Class of 2017}

November 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Payton's senior session had plenty of action and props...and the weather was perfect...a sunny fall day! I got to take pictures of this daring senior jumping his dirt bike high in the air...a definite first for me. Payton is a farm boy who plans on keeping farm in his future. It's always great to hear about people carrying on their family farming...
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{Kayla & Justin | Autumn Engagement session on the Farm}

November 09, 2016  •  1 Comment
This session was perfect! It was so much fun being able to take engagement photos for a long time friend and her fiancé. When we started the shoot we had an overcast sky which allowed for some amazing reflections of fall color in the lake. Happily, the sun did come out just in time for photos at Kayla's home farm, with cows, a calf and their pupp...
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{The Trapp Family | Autumn Portrait Session }

November 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I enjoyed taking family portraits for the Trapp family! The rolling wooded hills surrounding their home provided some beautiful fall color for some of the images. It's hard to beat kids and calves...How cute are these youngsters with their Brown Swiss heifers?
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{Danielle & Kyle | Sweetheart Session on the farm}

November 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
It's an honor to have a fellow photographer ask you to take photos for them! Danielle and Kyle were great to work with and I always enjoy sessions with animals included. Although it was an overcast day, the sun was kind enough to lend it's light for at least a few moments during the shoot.
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