I hope you didn’t miss part one — if you did, go read it now!
It was so fun to arrive at the workshop and see/meet people I’ve followed on Instagram for a while now!
Of course, I made new friends and found new people to follow. We split into teams, sort of organically — not sure how that happened but it did! Here are the three folks that comprised my team (and I think, they of course, ROCK!). Make sure you check out their Instagram Accounts and follow them if you love what you see — I’m sure you will!
Chase — loves fitness, the great outdoors, and helping people reach their full potential.
Chris — is a singer/songwriter and a handy horseman/cowboy!
Carrie who has personal and professional accounts. Carrie is vibrant, loves life and is super sweet! She stopped by the ranch to visit on her way home from the workshop! I love her. She’s a sister from another mother!
I feel so fortunate to have the above group of people in my life. They’re so awesome. So positive and up-lifting.
Here are all the other awesome folks that were fortunate enough to be at the workshop:
Matt Ballard — a nicer guy you will not find.
Laney — Seriously — this girl has a vision like I’ve never seen. We’ve been keeping in touch. I heart her. Seriously.
Kay – who I’ve followed for some time and who is also my ranching neighbor to the west was there! It was so fun to meet her! I’ll have to stop by and visit her ranch sometime!
And now, to the meat and potatoes — or more images, which is why you’re all here, right?
Matt in the early morning barn light, brushing off a gorgeous roan horse…
Leanne in a pretty sliver of light:
I can’t decide if I like color or B/W better…
Renea Cowley is exceptionally photogenic. But I guess you don’t get to be a former Miss Rodeo Utah, and not look good in front of a camera!
I loved how Chris challenged me to find the art in crappy, straight over-head light!
Little things like changing the white balance of your camera, can really change an image!
Matt on that pretty roan horse…
Gotta love a wide angle lens!
Hadley gets a cow roped…
And with that, we’ll close out this installment. There’s more. Much more. Stay tuned!
Until next time — Happy trails!