Anyone been wondering what I’ve been doing instead of blogging? Cause I sure have!! Time flew. I had no intentions of leaving the blog abandoned this long! So here is a much overdue post! I decided to share these pictures of my Grandparent’s farm from this past summer. I had taken them with intentions of showing them over the next summer, but with all the cold weather I need a reminder of what is in store- green grass and warm creeks. I cannot wait! Winter used to be my all-time favorite season, I can offically say it’s not now. Between you and me I’m worried it means I’m getting old.. work & college don’t get snow days- you still drive in it. Say whattt no snow day?!! =) I think some of you know what I’m talking about! So an ode to spring weather that is hopefully around the corner. These are of a creek that feeds from the Shenandoah River. Or should be say crick? Cause my Pop-pop sure does!
Love this one!
“As different streams having different sources all mingle their waters in the sea, so different tendencies various though they appear, crooked or straight, all lead to God.”
I know this field shot gets me sooooo excited for warm sunshine!
I had to share this… little did I know Hunter was a cow whisper…
Not gonna lie- I kinda squealed and almost jumped down the bank when Yellow came at us.
And he took this! So proud!
I really think this could be a senior portrait. It’s something about the color composition? Anyone agree?
It was humid. But yall know that from this shot.
Favorite for sure:
I kinda think this should be set to one of those nature cd tracks…
“I had rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world”
- George Washington
This post and pictures holds a special place for me because it reminds me of some special people who live there.
These are my loving Grandparents at my graduation.
I know, I know. Best picture ever. =) Much love and happiness.