I absolutely love Fall and everything about it. The cool, crisp air, the pumpkins, the changing colors of the leaves and the very many colors of Mums.
I don't think i'm alone in saying visiting a farm in October brings out all of the happy feelings we wait for as soon as summer comes to an end. It's my favorite time of year and i'm usually ready for it by mid-august. Now, with the weather finally cooling and making us want to get out our warm blankets and some hot apple cider, I don't feel too crazy for completely being ready for all of the upcoming holidays. I decided this year to host Pumpkin Farm Mini Sessions at Adam's Farm in Cumberland RI. It's an amazing, family owned farm with animals to feed, a hayride through their orchard, a corn maze and so much more. These sessions will take place on Saturday October 12th. I visited the farm last week with my husband's best friend and his sweet little daughter to get some great photos for my advertisement. Of course she was a natural and waited all day for her photo op!! Thanks so much Riley, you did such a great job!! For the day of my sessions I will also be adding in some props, so stay tuned for some more beautiful photos. I am having a great turn out with just a few spots left to fill at one week out.
After my session with this little princess I was able to capture some more photos of this lovely farm for the owner. I still need to go back tomorrow and get one last shot that I feel will complete my session for them and that is a nice sunset shot over the whole farm. But here are a couple more to enjoy. If you're looking for a farm this fall, head on over to Adam's, you'll be so glad you did!
Thanks for seeing what we have been up to this week and keep an eye on my Facebook page and website for all of my upcoming fall sessions and more photos from Adam's Farm after I send them their gallery. Today I photographed a gorgeous fall wedding and that will be what my next blog post is about! Can't wait. Click like or leave me a comment if you're enjoying my new blog! Thanks so much