Hello from Temecula Lavender Field ‘Fork & Plow’

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Hello friends!

If you’ve been following along, you can probably tell that I have a love/hate relationship with social media and I can go a whole year or more without updating or posting anything. (Case in point, it took me a while to figure out this blog because the interface has changed since I last used it ha!) To be honest, a lot of time I don’t know what to say and I feel weird just putting up pictures. But I need to get over that mindset and power on, so please pardon me if you see me sometimes with a lengthy post and sometimes with only an emoji. 😀 Since having kids, they have been my main focus and photography was just part time. I don’t advertise or put myself out there, so I’m especially thankful to still have commissions through word of mouth, referrals, and repeat clients. Now that both kids are in school, I’m excited to do MORE!

fork and plow lavender field
trini mai lavender field

Of course my first “come-back” post is to bombard you with pictures of moi (taken by hubby 100% on film) at Fork & Plow Lavender Farm in Temecula. I can’t tell you how crazy excited I get at a lavender farm no matter if it’s the 1st or 10th time I’ve been there. This farm sells designated slots for photoshoots starting June and it’s only for a few fleeting weeks, so if this tickles your fancy, let’s set up something soon!

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temecula lavender field

Since we’re still on the topic of flowers, I’m thinking of holding photo sessions in a sweet pea field, possibly in April/May so it’s perfect for Mother’s Day gift! Email me if you want to be notified about this.

Cheers to 2023 and I hope we get to connect, whether it’s for work or play or just a random hello to chat about our favorite shoes and flowers!



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