Around this time last month a couple of things happened at about the same time. First, several of the photographers I follow had updated their studios and were giving blog tours of the updates. Second, I attended a late night crop at the LSS and got talking photography with Vicki, who I've done photos for before. We were talking fall photos and she wondered if I knew of any place that had those cool old barn boards.
As a matter of fact....
This is our barn. Handy, huh? Once I started thinking about it, I took the Princess around the property with me to highlight some of the great features of my all natural home studio.
Features like the big field of goldenrod that looks so pretty near or far:
Or how about the money-sucking, headache-inducing building? It's got to be good for something, right?
Of course life got crazy and I never got around to posting the tour of MY "studio", and now Mother Nature has redecorated it. The goldenrod seems like some 70's flashback. Harvest Gold appliances anyone? (I grew up with them thanks!)
Anyway, apparently red is in right now. I really like the new scheme, and I'm dying for an excuse to do some portraits with my new and improved backdrops.
(The above photo courtesy of my morning walk--and look--still some leftover harvest gold!)
If you're in the neighbourhood, I'd be happy to have you over any time. (Early morning and later afternoon light is the yummiest though!) It's that or trick one of my kids into being a model again!