Good old fall tasks! This photo is from a few weeks ago when we were cleaning up row cover to organize and put away for the season. This piece was nice and tangled but no task is really that bad when the sun is just rising and about to peek out over the trees with its light and warmth
What do you love about where you live? I can say this about where I live—I have literally been here all my life. Some might think I’m crazy for braving these frigid winters every year and ending up exactly where I started but there is absolutely nothing like the sense of beautiful renewal that comes at the end of those winters when the first signs of spring begin to blossom. British Columbia is an amazing place to live!
This. This session ROCKED. Fun family, happy kids, AMAZING light, and the outfits were on point. 🙌
I want you to do me a favor... zoom in on this momma’s face. Yes, really! You want to know what I did there?? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. THAT is why I rave about @maskcarabeauty ‘s makeup products. No retouching people.... Look at how flawless she looks! It’s the same makeup I use on the daily and it truly is the best I’ve found, especially for photo shoots. Check out the link in my profile to find out how mind blowing simple it is too!
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Every year, I pick a different theme for naming our lambs. It helps me remember what year they were born in, and keep track of all their names, which is a big deal for somebody who can’t remember humans’ names for the life of me. Our last lambing was in honor of my mom, who was a self taught botanist and school taught Master Gardener before getting her degrees in political science and cultural anthropology. That’s right, my mom was the rare WOC in academia, and even more rare within anthropology. But her first and life long love was in plants. So we named all our ewe lambs from last lambing after flowers, and all the ram lambs after trees. Uchida here and her sister Martagon were named after lilies from the @old.house.gardens catalog. Martagon is in Idaho now, but Uchida is here to stay, and got exposed to Lorena Noelsen’s non fading brown ram Sixtea for possible spring lambs. I almost lost brown from my flock, and I’m really hoping that Ambrose and Sixtea will bring some back on in for us. #NavajoChurro#NavajoChurroSheep#dibé#sheep#heritagelivestock#farmlife#ranchlife#farm365#animalportrait#sheepportrait#nikonphotography#105mm#bokeh#softlight#animalphotography#farmphotography#nikond750#DotRanch#honoryourmother