Well, I will go out on a very long limb and say that I think summer might finally have arrived in New England. It’s been a long time coming, so naturally, we’ve been soaking it all in, since you never know when it might leave. (Or when you might have HAIL or FLOODS or some of the other not-so-nice gifts from mother nature of late.)
We hit the raspberry patch last week, and my fledgling photographer Will documented the morning nicely.
A few select works from his collection titled, “Raspberry I.”
This might mark the first time I have featured this particular view of me on H & W. I guess Will is going to practice in a photojournalistic style. GREAT.
Actually love this one–he has clearly mastered composing with negative space!
It was a good day for picking. Now off to Maine for wild blueberries!
Anna Sawin is a Connecticut-based portrait, wedding, and editorial photographer. She lives in the shoreline town of Stonington with her family and has discovered the perfect cupcake. Just ask, she is willing to share her secret.