LATEST FROM THE FARM

I LOVE summer – you might have guessed! Summer is the season with golden fields, a full and ripe vegetable garden and of course hay stacks a plenty! With gorgeous sights, smells and sounds, what better invitation to get out on the farm and enjoy the great outdoors? Summer is perfect for family sessions.  Don’t believe me? Check out my reasons below!

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All my photo sessions take place outdoors on our farm so it is already an ideal location for socially distanced photo sessions.

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Farm photo sessions are not just for children!  Jack and Daisy had a great time on the farm and I just LOVE the photographs of Daisy in the fields of  hay!

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Hay bales and tractors, what more could boys want?  Oliver and Daniel had great fun on playing on the tractors and jumping off the hay bales.  The doggies were not quite so convinced! Can you see the Jack Russell howling in the family pic?  So funny!

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Will and Ziggy the dog are inseparable.  Mum and Dad really wanted one big photo of the two together to hang on their walls.  But poor Will hadn’t had his morning nap and was a wee bit grumpy….

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This was my second session with Scarlett and Eliza and I just love capturing children as they grow up.  Scarlett is such a beautiful big sister and clearly adores Eliza.  I love the black & white series of them cuddling on the trailer.

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I lOVE big family sessions!   This was my second session with this lovely family and I just love capturing children as they grow.  All the kids had fun and made the most of the farm.

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Absolutely loved photographing these gorgeous two!   I love how the hay bales highlight their hair and I love their cheeky grins on the green bench!

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Don’t forget your wellies!

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Michelle Morris  is a lifestyle photographer who captures beautiful portraits on her working farm in Worcestershire