Pets on the farm: Farm Photography

Farm Photography in Lebanon TN

I loved getting to do some farm photography at Amy’s farm in Lebanon. Her pets of the farm were all so great. We started by photographing her beautiful dogs. The German Shepherd mix is Gunner. The Corgi pup is Ruger. We started the session with these two cuties. Gunner who is 2 years was being patience with us. Ruger, on the other hand, who is only 6 months old just wanted to enjoy his day on the farm. We still were able to get great pictures of this adorable pup.

Amy also has two beautiful horses on her property. Mo is a haflinger and Bourbon is quarter horse. Mo is so beautiful and majestic I loved getting pictures of him running around the property. Bourbon is also so beautiful and looked great in the front of their flowering trees. The two ran around together and it was so pretty.

We even decided to showcase her chickens! I thought this was awesome. She has six chickens. Not all of them wanted to share in the lime light. A few had no problem getting their pictures taken.

Between all the awesome animals and the beautiful day it was such a fun day for farm photography. I love being on a farm as a grew up on one. The land and the beauty is my favorite. Photographing all of these beautiful creatures was so much fun.

Corgi dog photographer Smiling Corgi Dog photography Chicken photo, farm photography by K Schulz Pet Portraits Horses running farm photography by K Schulz Pet Portraits Cream Haflinger Horse. farm photography by K Schulz Pet Portraits Horse face, farm photography

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4 thoughts on “Pets on the farm: Farm Photography”

  1. angela

    OMG that corgi! These might be some of the most stunning images of animals I’ve ever seen.

  2. Brittney

    Gorgeous pet photography! I love the colours, and of course the animals are so cute!

  3. Angela Renee Henso

    Beautiful farm and animals!!! Love the portraits in front of the tree, too! The chickens crack me up!

  4. Angela

    Beautiful farm and animals!!! Love the portraits in front of the tree, too! The chickens crack me up!

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