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Category Archives: Farm Things

Valentines Day Wedding Event

A Valentines Day Wedding Event These are absolutely perfect for your simple elopement, a meaningful vow renewal or yourView full post »

Thanksgiving Week Offers!

A rundown of this week’s Thanksgiving deals! 1. For the months of January, February and March ONLY your sessionView full post »

April Farmgirl Workshop

The workshop that everyone loves! Early spring here on the farm is beautiful – the weather is getting warmer and lushView full post »

Watching it Go

I’d just started having fun photographing people in the corn – it filters light beautifully – and it&#View full post »

Santa Sessions

A day filled with gorgeous family pictures during peak fall season on our farm, lots of one-on-one time with Santa –View full post »

Donate and Receive a Portfolio Review!

Breathe life into a small town! My little town by the James River is undergoing a revitalization and every amount helpsView full post »

Grabbing the Moment

I love film. I’ve said it so many times. And yet – here I am… a proud new owner of a Fuji x100s. IView full post »

Sunflower Sessions at Warthan Farms

Since my last newsletter went out I have received so many inquiries about having your own session in our sunflowers (View full post »

summer so far

I know it’s not quite summer but the corn is past our knees here at Warthan Farms and we’ve been throughView full post »

family time

We are undeniably blessed that almost all of our time is family time. Just where that family time takes place thoughView full post »


Our Easter week has been filled with softball games and family gatherings along with figuring out what the heck to makeView full post »

everything is awesome

Yeah… we like that song. Just like the song says, “Everything is cool when you’re part of a team”View full post »

It’s been a while since I wrote a post just about the farm but I’ve missed it… photographing andView full post »

our ice rink

It doesn’t often get cold enough here for our ponds to freeze… however, low spots in soybean fields are aView full post »