My wife and I both grew up on a farm and have fond memories of milking cows and goats, checking for eggs and feeding all of the barnyard animals. We couldn't imagine growing up any other way, so it was a no-brainer when we got married that we wanted our kids to have the same experience.

We have absolutely no regrets of purchasing a little 10-acre farm and continued living the farm life with our three kids. My wife encouraged me to start taking photos of the kids and document the kid's experiences on the farm.

After I started taking their photos I really got into the art of photography. I started experimenting and teaching myself everything I could learn about photography. I love it and I wanted to share some of those photos of our kid's experiences with you!

If you would like to see more of my work, follow me on my website and social platforms.

I also teach what I've learned, so if you're interested in learning how to take photos like these, take my free course, you won't regret it and you will have something to cherish for a lifetime!

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Inna K. 4 months ago

The most beautiful photo I've seen in a while.

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Misterscooter 4 months ago

Fun. Until the geese jump in.

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Piku 4 months ago

Those eyes.. B )

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Night Owl 4 months ago

Why does he keep offering rabbits (or rabbit - not sure if they're the same) to cows (or cow)? Is it a sacrificial offering? Just kidding; they're adorable.

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Johanna Kidd 4 months ago

Its a gaggle of birds

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Johanna Kidd 4 months ago

Calves are always beautiful to look at

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Rebecah Ozuna 4 months ago

Looks like they are waiting in line to be pet.

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Inna K. 4 months ago

As an animal lover, these photos make me very happy :)

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Johanna Kidd 4 months ago

Gorgeous family!

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glowworm2 4 months ago

The chicken looks so happy!

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