Into Something Better, June | Olympia WA Family Photographer

June. The rise of long days spent in the great outdoors. It holds warmth and berry picking and small fruit blossoms.

This is the month where screen time ends completely and our connection to the tangible is uninterrupted.

We indulge in the sweetness of summer…our home is the perfect climate for berries. Every year we visit the fields and fill flat after flat of strawberries…until the scale reaches 100 pounds. They’re frozen and preserved to enjoy all year. Nothing beats the taste of summer when snow falls in January.

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Olympia WA, Spooner Berry Farms

  1. Kate Cuenoud says:

    What an amazing summer memory you created!

  2. Nikki says:

    Oh my goodness, give me all the strawberries! What a fab day out you had, sunshine strawberries, perfect Nikki xx

  3. Lea Jones says:

    what a lovely series of images. perfect spring capture. xo

  4. Amanda Voelker says:

    Oh I love picking strawberries in Washington and these are just the perfect photos.

  5. Beth Urban says:

    These are beautiful Anna! I love their red fingers from eating strawberries…. I feel a strong urge to go strawberry picking now!

  6. Lindsey says:

    So beautiful Anna. Your greens…and the hands and that wisp of hair. Love it all.

  7. Joni says:

    Ahhh I cannot wait to go berry picking now!!! These are just stunning. I feel like I’m right there.

  8. Melissa L says:

    Anna, your color is so exquisite, as well as the way you photograph this beautiful summer tradition. Love the sweet one of your daughter with the strawberry in her mouth, and those delicate fingers in the strawberries….♥

  9. Cindy says:

    The colour and moments of joy that you captured are gorgeous. I feel summer in every image.

  10. Heather says:

    I can’t think of much sweeter summer memories than going strawberry picking. Such a lovely post!!

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