A Day on The Ranch - Small Town Charm Granbury
Trip Start Aug 18, 2010
25Trip End Aug 26, 2010
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Our first stop was the Buzzard Hollow Ranch. The ranchers were so inviting and helped us get the cattle in perfect position. It took a little food and wrangling by the ranchers, but eventually the cattle made their way into our view. Dani modeled a sassy animal print top and leggings. And Roy Brown, a local cowboy joined model Marquita as she posed in our 14-24 collection. With open fields and lots of longhorn as co-stars the shoot was going great.
After finishing up on the ranch we headed to Dinosaur Valley State Park in the neighboring community of Glen Rose
On our way to the Windmill Farm, we pulled off the road to use a ranch entrance for our next location. With the noon sun on us and a wide open area it was hot, yet beautiful. Using the simplicity of the entrance and a driveway that seemed to continue forever, we were able to get some great shots with a real Texas feel.
Chuck and Ruby Rickgauer own an Windmill Farm Bed and Breakfast that we selected as our next location. With 40 windmills on 26 acres of land, no matter what way we turned we had a view. In addition to the windmills the entire area was filled with great collectibles and artsy objects that were so interesting and photogenic. This location definately got the most cheers from the audience. Dani's poses looked electric in front of the stormy sky, windmills and a blowing Texas flag. We had umbrellas ready, but never felt more than a few sprinkles.
After spending time out on the countryside, we headed to town for our last location of the day...Granbury Live
After a quick crew group photo we called it quits to get some rest for another busy day ahead. We are looking forward to Granbury Day 2. Keep reading to see how it goes.