Let’s Get Out There

Oh, I am SO very ready for a real spring. My family has a pool bet going to see who can pick the exact location of the last trace of snow in our yard. As of today I was winning (It helped that I could shovel snow from last week’s storm onto my spot). I’m now looking out the window as another Minnesota storm prepares to pile on the white stuff again. Last year I’m pretty sure we were doing garden prep by now.

(c) AgriLife Studios, Schnell Designs
(c) AgriLife Studios, Schnell Designs [ click image to enlarge ]

More than ever, I’m anxious to “get out there” and do some spring shooting. I’m looking for anyone willing to host us. Shawn and I would love to see your place, get our boots muddy and get some photos of some spring tillage, field prep, whatever you have going.

Please give us a call! We’ll get out there as soon as we can plow the snow out of the studio driveway!

NAMA attendees receive AgriLife Studios cards by Matt Schnell

If you’re one of our friends who attended the NAMA meetings in Kansas City last week, you received one of our new promotional cards in your registration bag. These cards, designed by our good friend Matt Schnell (www.schnelldesigns.com), celebrate the joy of “getting out there” on a photo shoot, and hopefully speak to the heart of all lovers of agriculture who would choose a hard day’s work on the farm or ranch over a good day in the office every time.

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(c) AgriLife Studios, Schnell Designs [ click image to enlarge ]

Published by agrilifestudios

Scott is co-onwner with Shawn Nielsen of AgriLife Studios. AgriLife Studios is a premium image solutions provider specifically serving the agribusiness sector. AgriLife Studios offers top-grade stock photography and assignment photography and video services to support agrcultural marketing programs. We specialize in livestock, equine and rural lifestyle images.

One thought on “Let’s Get Out There

  1. Yes, here on the Laramie Plains we are also anxious for spring to arrive.
    Will be starting our garden soon in a “hot box” constructed this winter.

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