A Farm and A Wedding With Homemade Pie

Slowing Down, Featured

 

There’s nothing like getting out of town over a holiday weekend. We just returned from spending time in the Catskill mountains in upstate New York. We rented space in a Bed & Breakfast, wonderfully comfy and in close proximity to everything we wanted to spend time doing. Like attend our friend Leigh and Paul’s farm wedding across the street. I had never been to a farm wedding before. The bride has her gift registry at a truck and supply company because why on earth would a down-to-earth couple want knick-knacks to fill up their 1744 farmhouse? So smart they are. This was one of the sweetest weddings ever, ooozing with goodness.

Go explore a place in your area, right under your nose might be someplace charming, like I found here last year and here last week.

 

life on the farm

A farm wedding in a red barn

A farm wedding was held in a red barn

 

Rhinebeck

Rhinebeck New York, such a cute town in the Catskill Mountains

 

Mural in downtown Red Hook, a farmer's dog (what blue eyes!), a run down house with green mailbox, and vacant farm.

Mural in downtown Red Hook, a farmer’s dog (what blue eyes!), a run down house with green mailbox, and vacant farm.

 

Ceremony

The ceremony was held in Leigh and Paul’s barn

 

Evening at the wedding

Evening at the wedding with luminaries and pumpkins

 

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The table decorations

 

Farm House.

Farm House in the distance

 

Working farm.

A working farm

 

Butterfly ©NancyMoon

The little wedding guests were all in a flutter playing with this butterfly

 

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Barns are everywhere

 

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Sun is setting on the wedding party

 

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Lonely red barn

 

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Farm Stand with 1963 Chevy Impala

 

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Homemade sugar donuts

 

those wedding pies

Apple Pie ©NancyMoon

Apple Pie

 

Apple Pie ©NancyMoon

Apple Pie & berry pie

 

pie

Berry pie

 

Apple Pie ©NancyMoon

Apple Pie

All photographs are taken by me, unless I have noted otherwise in the caption. I use my iPhone 6plus and Canon 5D III.

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  • Susan Baker

    Nancy, reading this post was like taking a mini-vacation. Your photographs are stunning! Thank you!

    • I’m happy it was like taking a mini-vacation, so nice of you to comment here, thank you @disqus_bNm83Awgen:disqus

  • Beautiful wedding and beautiful photographs Nancy. Just stunning.

    • Leigh’s wedding was one of my favorites. Oh thank you dear @maramcewin:disqus

  • Nancy

    Moon, I don’t just love the pictures, I love the order of the photos! Like, the autumn yellow pulling through from the flowers to the grass to the boards to the butterfly… and then the blue picks up through the pics. Lovely. I bet it was a picturesque wedding!

    • Thanks for taking special care to read and really look at the blog post, :). This week’s was special because just two hours away my friend Leigh lives and her wedding was sweet. Thanks dear @disqus_Apugg9ZLwB:disqus

  • karlovy

    Gorgeous photos!

    • Hi and thank you so much for reading and looking, @karlovy:disqus

  • Susan Portnoy

    Lovely post Nancy! I especially like how you shoot food. I suck at it. You’ll have to give me some pointers and some point. :)))) please. :))

    • HI and thanks so much for the compliment. I went to a Kinfolk dinner in Brooklyn (ck their website) and took all those yummy food photos. I had no idea what I was doing, so practiced. I’m heading to a pie contest now. Don’t ask. 🙂 Thanks @susanportnoy:disqus

  • PBSisabargain

    As usual, a beautiful photo blog post!

  • Lynne Rowley Gordon

    Nancy, great images, loved looking at in and around the farm, the wooden barns are so striking in the green surrounds. Thank you for sharing, I enjoy reading about how people in other countries go about their day.