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To simplify, I'm a cowboy's wife, ranch-kid mama, rural living home-maker (hallelujah Amazon Prime!) and traveling photographer capturing the love & life stories of our western culture.
This is where I share my recent weddings and couples but also.... everything else. From running a business to the every-day shenanigans of ranch life.
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One fateful day I was in bed with a stomach flu…scrolling…and came across this a gorgeous “Remodeled Popup ” by Zevy Joy. It was love at first sight. So I searched the internet…”Popup Camper Remodels”, “Popup Camper Mods”, “Popup Campers For Sale”, “Popup Camper Facebook Groups”. I even looked up every variation of #popupcamper on instagram.
It’s so hard to believe how much our kiddo has grown since I did the Cowboy’s Daughter 2015 blog a year ago. I cant imagine life without these two and know how blessed I am to share it with them. It was a busy year as client weddings and engagement sessions kept me hopping from one end of the country to the other…
I still vividly remember the moment as a kid when I decided I wanted to be a photographer. As the local veterinarians daughter I’d gone to work with daddy and we’d been vaccinating heifers on a rural New Mexico ranch. As usual we had been invited inside for lunch by the ranch wife and I was standing in their rustic living room when I looked up and saw a picture above the mantle. It was a picture of a cowdog working cattle and the horseback cowboy in the background. That photo made such a huge impression on me I thought “I want to take pictures like that!”
“I never knew how much I loved your father until I saw how much he loved you.” -Unknown
2015 Year end review of our little “Cowboy’s Daughter”.
As I was working on these photos from our ranch weaning today I got choked up wishing I could show my Papa these. He always loved seeing my photos and it always lead to him telling some wild tales about days gone by when he was the one riding a good horse off into the sunset. It’s been almost a year since he’s been gone and oh I miss him so much!
When my office became a nursery I decided I needed fit into a closet! So I threw everything into a tiny space and called it my Cloffice! But the area irritated me, and it just wasn’t because of that ugly yellow 1960’s paint! So over the past few months I’ve been slowly working on painting and updating the area!
Here is a look at the photos I captured during our 2014 Ranch Weaning. Cowboy Ranch Life Photography | View more posts at www.instagram.com/lyndseygarberphotography! Like, Comment, Tag, Pin and Share. Do not alter image or crop out logo. ©LyndseyGarber