In June I was so honored to travel all the way to the West Coast to photograph a wedding in the state of Oregon. Wide open fields, majestic mountains, fuzzy sheep grazing on the greenest grass, blue skies, wheat fields, charming small towns, and wildflowers gave me an incredible impression of the state. Enjoy the beauty~
The expansive wheat fields were everything the poems describe them to be.
I love living in Atlanta–love it. But when I get out to the country I realize how much I have missed fresh air and growing things.
In these moments I breathe deeply.
I had never seen wheat growing before, and it felt incredible to really [[be]] there.
Marylou, my second shooter and travel buddy, mentioned seeing poppies growing along the road.
To see poppies growing in the wild would .make.my.day.
Even though we couldn’t see the flowers she had noticed earlier we stopped at this cute little park
where there were plenty of flowers to make a heart sing.
They are humble, but happy.
I would have gladly spent several hours here reading or journaling.
Being in nature always brings a fresh awe at the Wonder of our Creator.
I hope these photos brought you a little bit of happiness today.
The slideshow includes pictures from this post and still more flower photos.
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