August 16, 2018
Now that I have moved to Maryland, I am spending my first few months here visiting local farms and venues to get to know the area and find new spots for portrait sessions. My first stop – Butterbee! So excited to share these images with you!
Butterbee Farm is a seasonal flower farm tucked away in the rolling hills of Pikesville, Maryland, just outside of Baltimore city. I came by one early week day morning to get a tour and snap some photos of their late summer blooms. Laura Beth, owner and worker at Butterbee, was there to greet me and already hard at work when I pulled in at 7:00 a.m. The lighting was perfect that morning, the flower rows perfectly diffused its rays through their delicate petals. Right now, their zinnias, lisianthus and sunflowers are in full bloom, as well as some of their heartier, fall-colored perennials – and they are all gorgeous!
There are so many beautiful spots to shoot portraits on this property. Besides their rows and rows of rotating flowers, they have vibrant green houses (one currently home to growing eucalyptus), rolling golden hills and corn fields surrounding the farm, a white and green-trimmed farm house and an open meadow tucked away in the back of the property.
I felt so at home here!
I am so excited to hold future sessions at Butterbee and to see the farm change throughout the seasons. Laura Beth graciously offers up her property for portraits, so long as we book in advance. For those of you interested in fall family or couple sessions, get in touch at the link below! To learn more about the farm and all their happenings, their website is below as well…support local!
Butterbee’s Website – http://www.butterbeefarm.com/
To Schedule a Shoot – https://www.seanashuchart.com/contact
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