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The Old Red Barn

Vintage Farm Girl-700

Pulling the wagon copy_edited-2

Picking Dandelions copy-1_edited-1

You would think Sarah was on a farm by looking at the scenery in these pictures……but she isn’t. This is one of the vacant lots across the street from our house…….I thought the old red barn made the perfect backdrop for Sarah’s litte Matilda Jane ensemble.

Yesterday, I worked from home, so around lunchtime, Sarah and I headed out for a little walk around the neighborhood. I decided to pull Sarah in the wagon and we ended up right in the middle of the field surrounded by dandelions!! She picked until her little heart was content and then we headed back home with yellow stained hands and shoes……thank goodness none of it got on her clothes:) I think her light pink crocs are ruined….I cannot get the yellow out!

When I saw these pictures download I wasn’t even sure if I liked them…..but as I started to play around and give them a more vintage feel…..I fell in love with them. I was very thrilled with the end result and would like to have these printed and framed to hang in our house. I am so bad about doing that…..I have so many pictures that I love, but they are all living in my computer and not on my walls:(

When I am not at work, you will find me with my camera and my kids, which is great, but lately I have not had much time to cook and I am getting the urge to get a little creative in the kitchen again…….I am thinking the next post might be food oriented:) Not sure what I will be making…..but I am in the mood for something new and different.

Sorry if I am boring you all with this photography stuff……but it has been consuming me. Right now I am playing the “name game” Trying to come up with something cute and/or catchy as a business name. I could only come up with one and it was using our last name, which I don’t really want to do. If any of you have ideas……I would love to hear them. Just leave me a comment!!

Have a great day!! I am headed off to work….my real job….the one that pays the bills:)

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  • Jo - What fun ~ they setting with the barn is perfect!

    JoReplyCancel

  • Jodee Leader - These pictures are soooo cute! They are picture perfect — the barn, the wagon and her MJ outfit! I think you definitely should frame them!

    Hope you have a great day!ReplyCancel

  • Shelly and Family - Hey Girl – LOVE the photos…AMAZING! As for a name…I just opened an art/custom jewelry studio (again – long story on that one) and named it Mei Faith Studio (I took Francesca’s & Annabelle’s middle names and put them together). I will have to tell you more on the studio later…Like you it has taken over all my spare time lol! (just the shop’s designs, banners, custom boxes and all that stuff is very consuming…)

    Hoping we can catch up soon…ReplyCancel

  • Joanne - Beautiful!
    P.S. Use the Mr. Clean “Magic Eraser” sponge to remove the stains from her Crocs ~ it’s like magic :)ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - I love the pictures. They are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • jiangxigirls - I love these pictures! As for a name I have no idea…..ReplyCancel

  • elliotts - Those pictures are awesome!! Enjoy the rest of your week!

    DianeReplyCancel

  • Sherri & Todd - First time for me visiting your blog and I have to say that the picture are beautiful. I love the them all – the wagon, flowers everything.

    Great job!

    SherriReplyCancel

  • Jeni - These pics belong on the wall!!! These are unbelieveable!ReplyCancel

  • Ivy - I am moving up there LOL. There’s no good barns down this neck of the woods:))

    You are an amazing photog Lisa! I hope you still remember me when your famous LOL.

    I just can’t tell you how proud I am of you…Pat must be loving this. Hey when are you going to do a Man Shoot!

    Huggies,

    IvyReplyCancel

  • Catherine - Lisa, those pictures are beautiful!! The last one is my fave.

    Hmmm…it’s all in a name. Will put my thinking cap on.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - Stunning pictures!!!ReplyCancel

  • Alicia - You are NOT boring me by NO means! I LOVE looking at your work and reading about photography because I learn from it. I would LOVE to know what program you are using. You inspire me so much.ReplyCancel

  • Sue - I love the look of these. I’m a big vintage fan so I was quite captured by them…very nice!

    As always, Sarah is looking cute as ever.

    Sue : )ReplyCancel

  • Denise - These are beautiful!!! I will be thinking of a catchy name for you~ReplyCancel

  • Suzie - As usual, beautiful photos! Hard to believe it is a vacant lot – it looks so pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Tisha - Just beautiful! I’m so glad that you are going to pursue something professionally that brings you such joy. Good for you for following your passion!

    Blessings,
    TishaReplyCancel

  • jenbusymom - Love those pics and that too cute outfit, glad it didn’t get ruined! I’m stumped, I’ll let you know if I think of anything.ReplyCancel

  • Marla - I absolutely LOVE these shots. The vintage processing is perfect! Wish I had a barn like that across from my house.

    Hope you get some good ideas for names! You know I wasn’t too creative in coming up with mine. :)ReplyCancel

  • Wanda - You’re afraid you are boring us with all the photography talk? Ha, continue to bore us,will ya. I just love it – I’m so inspired.In fact, I’m dying to attend the pixel workshop in Syracuse NY in June – that is if our referral doesn’t come through by then. Hmm….

    Anyway, love the feeling of these pics with the red barn. There’s such a gauzey (is that a word?) old world feel to them. Just beautiful.

    Enjoy your culinary adventure.ReplyCancel

  • Sandy Toes - WHERE OH WHERE DID YOU GET THAT OUTFIT????

    You should go professional..I am so very serious!
    sandy toeReplyCancel

  • Jboo - Great photos — they are lovely and it does look like you live out on a farm somewhere!

    Wish I could help with a name, but I’m not very creative!

    Have a great day!

    janetReplyCancel

  • paige - i was hoping you had posted these!
    wow
    that’s just all i can say
    i left you comments on flickr, but i really am honest–these are ridiculoulsy fabulous
    my faves for sure
    please tell me you will print these on some huge canvas
    wow
    xoReplyCancel

  • Christy - How could you possibly not love all these pictures. They are absolutly beautiful and so vintage!!! I would totally frame them as well but I am just like you– I never get around to framing anything. I have so many pictures in my computer and have never printed them– I just post them online.

    Do you like photoshop and did you have to buy it or is there a free one online. I would love to start working with it!

    Christy :)ReplyCancel

  • CC - No, no, no. YOU didn’t take those, did you??? They are AMAZING!!!!!!! I love the painting feel. I would so be framing those if it was me. On that note, want to take my kids pics in that location so I can frame them?????? I’ll just pop on over in my jet plane….ReplyCancel

  • kerri - LOVE!!! the photos..
    Lisa I wish we lived closer, I so want to hang out with you for an afternoon with camera and kids in tow!! I am in awe of your talent!!ReplyCancel

  • simply t - I love the photos. The backdrop amoung all those dandelions is nothing short of *perfect* & not to mention the fabulous MJ outfit, which happens to be my new favorite love.ReplyCancel

  • Patricia/NYC - These photos are gorgeous & really evoke an old fashioned feel…just beautiful! Yes, you must put them up!! (Although I’m a big talker here, I have so much of my own artwork stashed away & my husband has to beg & plead to get me to put it up! lol!)ReplyCancel

  • Kam - Lisa, these are beautiful! So sorry about her Crocs but my word…these were worth it!

    Good luck! Can’t wait to see more! And never worry about too much photography talk…I’m eating it up!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Oh my goodness Lisa, those pictures are AMAZING!!!! Wow!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Marla - Boring you are not! I could look at your pictures 24/7 and usually do, thats why I dont cook anymore! :o)
    I’ll put my thinking cap on for a name, is there a finders fee?ReplyCancel

  • Lucy - I’m gaga over these photos…seriously. I’ve been back twice to look at them. By far my faves so far! You inspire me so much, I hope I can take such beautiful photographs someday! I think the first one is my favorite…the composition is stunning, down to Sarah’s sweater slipping off. So so sweet!ReplyCancel

  • Felicia - These are breathtaking. I’m thinking you may have to quit your day job and become a full time photographer. I hope you get these on canvas!ReplyCancel

  • day by day - Lisa, these are my favorite pictures out of all you have posted!!! They are all gorgeous, but these are just spectacular!!! Gosh, we will have to come visit you sometime…I would love some pictures like these of my girlies. : ) They are not big fans of the camera, so action ones work best.

    hope you are having a great day!!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - OH MY GOODNESS! I LOVE THESE! SERIOUSLY! PERFECT!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Isabella's Mommy and Daddy - LOVE the photos..
    Looks perect..
    Have a great weekend..ReplyCancel

  • Briana's Mom - Hey girl – I am finally catching up on blogs! All your pics are absolutely gorgeous!! Doug, Bri and I have a photo shoot with PFP on Sat. I am praying for no rain! :) Sarah is too stinkin’ cute for words!ReplyCancel

  • Courtney - I love these photos!ReplyCancel

  • Sharie - Unbelievable photos!
    Have you tried soaking her Crocs in hot water and Oxi Clean – seems to work for about everything:)ReplyCancel

  • carolinagirl - LOVE that first photo of Sarah with that big flower! Precious! Love them all as always though!!!ReplyCancel

  • Carol VR - How’s bout Shutterbug Studios.

    I love the vintage look you obtained.ReplyCancel

  • MamáChanga - Seriously cute photos—definitely of the framing type! Best of luck on the new business, looks like your a ringer for success!

    As for the Crocs, try making a paste with baking soda & dishwashing soap, let it sit awhile and rinse off!

    Hugs & Blessings!ReplyCancel

  • Casey - Oh my!!! Those are stunning!! I LOVE those pictures. You must send them to Denise for the MJ blog.

    I need to email you and ask some photography questions….ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - What a great setting!! I would be across the street all the time.

    BEAUTIFUL!!ReplyCancel

  • Keisha - Not bored over here either… I am absolutly amazed at The God-given talent that you have with a camera!!! Beautiful! When I saw these picutures I kid you not… I could almost hear “Somewhere over the rainbow” playing! It looks like a seen from The Wizard of Oz! She is just beautiful!!!!
    About the crocs.. I know this may sound Crazy.. but, put them in the dishwasher on the top.. I clean our crocs this way & it WORKS! The heat may take out those nasty stains!! I mean.. really..what little girl can go without her PINK crocs?!!!! lol!!

    Oh.. and about a name..???
    ~”Through my lens”…
    ~”Click Happy”
    ~”A Click in time”

    ……hum.. let me think some more…
    Love you!
    Hugs!
    Now.. get to work 😉ReplyCancel

  • Dita - These photographs are some of the most beautiful you have ever taken. What a gorgeous vintage feeling they have!

    So glad you are taking it to the next level….you really SHOULD!!ReplyCancel

  • Ivy - Well, you know what I think of your talent!

    Splendid, magnificent, dimply gorgeous photos that belong in a photo show!

    I am so glad you keep pushing yourself to find new ways of processing and capturing your talent!

    Amazing my friend:))

    Hugs,

    Ivy

    PS looking forward to seeing you again! I’m hungry here LOL , I can already smell some good Italian cooking going on!ReplyCancel

  • OHmommy - oh my

    oh my….

    oh my goodness!!!!!!!

    THOSE photos are SO perfect and should be framed!ReplyCancel

  • wife.mom.nurse - Oh my goodness, I have totally fallen in love with this series!!!!

    Eye candy!

    Thanks for sharing them. A highlight to my insomnia “)

    Never apologize for sharing your gift of photography!ReplyCancel

  • Lea - these feel just lovely.

    Lea
    xoReplyCancel

  • Leslie - I love love love these photos Lisa. You do such a good job with photo taking and processing. You will be very sought after when you get your new business going.

    Hmmm names…names…names…What about….
    “Precious Moments in Time”
    “Lifetime Photography”
    “DigiTime Photography”
    “Sweet Moments Photography”
    …lol…I know so corny.
    Good luck with a name girlfriend.ReplyCancel

  • Leslie - One more name for ya….
    “Sugar Pie Photography”
    anything with Sweet and Sugar is very catching!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Robin - The pictures are beautiful!!

    I can’t wait to see what you cook up!!!!

    Blessings,
    RobinReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - Amazing pictures of Sarah! She looks so cute in that MJ outfit.

    JenReplyCancel

  • Kristin - I love it that you have taken your photography to this level. Just beautiful! Your daughter is gorgeous in these shots!ReplyCancel

  • ellie - You are so lucky to have that barn across the street! Beautiful photos.

    I’m totally consumed by photography these days too!! Good luck with coming up with a great name :)ReplyCancel

  • Party of Seven - Wow, what great pictures!! That MJ look gorgeous on her. I found your blog through Casey! I look forward to reading it!ReplyCancel

  • Tiaras & Tantrums - those photos are gorgeous!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Show and Tell Photography - OMG, OMG! These photos blew me away. They’re fantastic.Your post preocessing is A M A Z I N G! Did you us actions or scripts, what program are you using, any tips? Really beautifully done. The lighting and composition are terrific too. Good luck in starting your career, you’re off to a wonderful start…cheers!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn S. - as usual, I love your pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Linsey - I just ran across your blog. You take WONDERFUL pictures.ReplyCancel

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