It’s time for my peanuts to go into the ground:) Its just so incredible that a little seed holds this tiny being just waiting for the right conditions to open up and emerge. Can you believe a plant is coming out of this peanut?! It’s like the pearl inside the oyster. That’s one thing that fascinates me about the peanut or any dicotyledon (beans, peas, etc.). You can watch the seed open and the plant emerge. It’s just too exciting!! I’m a bit nerdy when it comes to plants…and maybe art…maybe a little. I’m going to try and get them in the ground today after an afternoon shoot for the local college.:)
I’ve known Scott and Kate for many years. We used to work together for the Ichthus Music Festival. Then adorable little Avery waltzed into the world followed by Mr. Cutie Cheeks last year- Jonah. There’s nothing better than watching wonderful people bring more wonderful little ones into the world. You can learn so much from children:)
Jaqueline and Trevor had a lovely intimate ceremony in Cynthiana with a few close family members. Because it was a blustery day in February they opted to have a “day-after” session when the weather warms up a bit.I think they’re super smart for that;) I am looking forward to this- such a fun and kind couple!
It snowed two days before and the day after. But on Tricia and Todd’s big day- sunshine and 55!! It was perfect for their Keeneland clubhouse wedding. The outdoor ceremony risky in March, the day before Palm Sunday, but what a gift to have a beautiful day! Tricia and Todd laugh and have so much fun together- photographing them was a breeze. Their both so genuinely kind-hearted and their families make you feel like you’re one of them:) What an incredible March day indeed!