You have no idea how hard it is to find a patch of weeds, all overgrown and lovely,
without a house or building or weird fence in the background > > >
even better if the sunset is right behind them. . .
do you have a patch like this in your yard? at your farm?
I’d love to see it. . .
((( If so, you also may be sitting on a gold mine! )))
I knew as soon as I saw the farm and the way the light landed on it, it could literally be the business of my dreams.
Where other people saw overgrown weeds and tiny pines, I saw a million dollar opportunity to own the most beautifully (photographable) land in Santa Rosa County > > > & I’ve yet to find anything else like it.
I love this spot so much I took photos with my kids here before we ever bought it.
I shot the owners of the land with their families in this exact spot.
I have since shot hundreds of clients here.
Most recently, these two.
I can’t get over the way Clay looks at her.
Literally adores her.
They’re precious together and I was honored to shoot them.
Also, super thankful #dearjason hasn’t bush-hogged this patch yet either > > >
One man’s weeds are another woman’s pride & joy > > >
Here are a few of my faves of their engagement session at The Burch House 🙂