One of my favorite things to do on wedding shoots is look for little details that will bring back memories for the couple and their guests. This past weekend, I went to do a wedding with my son-in-law at Hopkins Farm, a historic site near Greenville, South Carolina.
The grounds are full of all those things that make a farm a farm. Barns, agricultural implements, chicken coops and all kinds of other bits and pieces of farm life. The home and out-buildings that are used to host weddings and events are all beautiful and modern but the grounds are working farm all the way.
I had a great time getting to know the families of the bride and groom and wandering around all the fantastic surroundings on this farm. Great way to spend part of my holiday weekend!
Timberock at Hopkins Farm
3717 Fork Shoals Road
Tamron 16-300 Di II VC PZD Macro
70mm @ f/5.3 – 1/25 sec – ISO 125