It's summer and that means that there's lots of flowers in bloom and the ones that remind me of growing up in the country are Queen Anne's Lace and Bachelor Buttons. And I found out that Alexandria has those same memories with those flowers, too! Which meant that I had to find a field of those flowers for her summer portrait session.
It was a beautiful, cloudy summer morning and we went off on a photo adventure to capture some headshots and fun photos. I do have to say that we did have fun in the fields and paths lined with the flowers. And the best part was that even with the bees busy with their work in all the flowers, that neither of us had any problems with getting stung.
Alexandria was a bride in 2020 and I was so excited when she asked me to take photos in a field of flowers. Originally, it was going to be at Adelman Peony Farm, but unfortunately the flowers had suffered too much with the heat and then sudden rain, so we rescheduled and then these wildflowers were in season and I think it turned out fabulous!
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