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Triad Photography Sessions at Wildflower Walk Gardens

Say Cheese at Wildflower Walk with your favorite photographer. Diana Digs Dirt is providing a rustic, country-style, natural setting (at her home) for your portraits.  Not only does the site house antique farm equipment, animals too. Other outdoor vignettes (or scenes) include:

  • Goat Pastures (inhabited with friendly goats, horses and a donkey)
  • Hay Field (filled with wildflowers of white(asters-daisys), violet(red clover), blue(bachelor button) and gold)
  • Small running stream in the woods with tiny beaches and tree outcroppings covered in moss and ferns

  

The 2 photographs below were taken by Tammy Councilman of Portrait Expressions by Tammy Councilman

  • Barns, Barns and more Barns (all constructed of various building material)
  • Old Farmhouse with wrap-a-round porch
  • Wooded Area (with your choice of tractor equipment)

  • Animal Stables
  • Flowering Shrubs, Trees, Perennials, Groundcovers and Daffodil Bulbs
  • Lush, green lawns
  • Memory Garden with Bluestone Benches, Roses and Crape Myrtle Trees

  • Wrought Iron Fencing
  • Wooden Fencing
  • Pergolas with Climbing Roses and Clematis

The local photographers listed below are partnering with Just a Cloud Away, Inc. ™ Journal, our local (monthly) free paper addressing loss and healing where stories are shared to educate one another on how we can Better Support each other.

Come to Wildflower Walk for-

  • Wedding Photography
  • Engagement Session Photography
  • Senior Portraits
  • Anniversary Pictures
  • Baby Pictures
  • Family Portraits
  • Graduation
  • and other moments you would like to capture in this type of natural setting

These photographers have their own distinct styles, please click on their websites to choose the company to best suit your family’s needs. The address of Wildflower Walk will be disclosed by the photographer for safety measures (this is the happy and floriferous abode of Diana Digs Dirt).

The partnership is available as of January 27th 2011. Additional photos of Wildflower Walk found here. Book your session today to continue providing this resource for the Triad.

   

We thank the photographers and we thank our community for helping support the journal, “Where we learn from each other how to support one another”.

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

 

 

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