Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
August 12, 2013

Family in a cornfield

kids lifestyle portraits

A family shoot with our neighbors next door, featuring a nearby cornfield. Underestimated the lack of space there, as the crop is soo beepin’ high. Anyway, here’s the pics.

Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography
Family in a cornfield - Jaan Sokk Photography

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