Signs of Spring

Back at the beginning of March, when the hope of impending Spring warmth still seemed like a tangible dream, we hit the road westward to Sunderland, Massachusetts. Specifically, we were headed to Little Brook Farm, which had kindly offered us use of their muddy acres and all their wonderful animals for a Persephone-inspired promo shoot for Green Love Wedding PlanningSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringOf course, “Persephone-inspired” quickly morphed into a take-advantage-of-the-mud, lambs, chickens, goats, beautiful models, and magical late afternoon light-and-who-cares-what-the-theme-is kind of thing. Because LAMBS!Signs of Spring Signs of Spring Signs of SpringWe were all especially fond of llamas Willy and Hoot, who seemed surprisingly interested in posing for the camera. Signs of Spring Signs of Spring Signs of SpringSigns of SpringSigns of SpringAnd then there was Deloris the goat. And did I mention the lambs? Signs of Spring Signs of SpringKayt-Silvers-Amy3 Signs of Spring Signs of SpringSigns of SpringMany thanks to Kristen, without whose help this photoshoot would have never been possible. We can’t wait to go back to Little Brook once the snow is all melted and that stuff known as “grass” has returned. Signs of Spring Signs of Spring*****Kayt


  • Date: March 9, 2014
  • Location: Little Brook Farm, Sunderland, MA
  • Photos/Edit: Kayt Silvers
  • Lighting Assistant: TJ Bynes
  • Animal Assistant: Kristen Whittle
  • Styling: Amy Merli
  • Model: Margot Paul and Amy Merli
  • Dress (As seen in the photos of Margot holding the lamb): Delight Worthyn


  1. Jenny Lu April 13, 2014 at 12:09 pm - Reply

    I really love the second from the past portrait shot (of the brunette) and the still life shots!!!

    • baystateroadrunner April 13, 2014 at 9:44 pm - Reply

      Thanks Jenny! Those still life’s were put together in less than 5 minutes with stuff I had leftover from my wedding, a hair clip I made for the shoot, and some eucalyptus Amy brought. Magically it worked great, but I think the hay bales helped pull it all together 🙂

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