June Lavender Sessions Update!


I met with the very wonderful owner, Eileen, yesterday and checked out the lavender and the rest of the property…wow is all I can say. The lavender is perfectly in time with our schedule (how nice of it to oblige!), and for anyone whose child is particular allergic to bees (they do like lavender, I need to note) the property itself is stunning, and has a glorious view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, along with multiple other flowers, a sweet little pond, and multiple trees.

Lavender Mini Sessions are now set in stone. Here are the details:

$175
Where: Blue Ridge Lavender Farm (Crozet area, private property, address will be provided upon receipt of deposit)
When: Saturday, June 20th 4:00-8:00 p.m.
What: 25-minute ‘mini’ session. gallery of 10 images minimum to choose from. Included in fee are 5 full-resolution digital images, with more available for purchase.
Description: There is nothing quite like being surrounded by mounds of fragrant lavender, with the sun low in the afternoon sky. Now add the Blue Ridge Mountains in the background, oh my! Kerry will happily be creating a special portrait of your little ones (or not so little ones – there’s no age limit), while you build a wonderful memory!

To book your Lavender Mini Session contact Kerry


 

Available time slots are:

4:00-4:30
4:35-5:05
5:10-5:40
5:45-6:15 – taken
6:20-6:50
6:55-7:25 – taken
7:30-until it’s too dark!* – taken
*This slot will actually have the best light, but may be cut short if the sun sets earlier than historically at 8:15 p.m.

Kerry@earthdarlingportraits.com
http://www.EarthdarlingPortraits.com

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