The Greenest Season

The most ubiquitous crop of all is at its peak.

I’m talking about plain old grass. The color, texture, and smell of lawns are as perfect as they get around here. The growth is outpacing all efforts to keep it cut. My days of pushing a mower are mercifully over.

Rolling around in grass currently holds no appeal to me, though I appreciate the opportunity to watch someone else have a turn. It’s nice to see random people and animals enjoying it so much.

The greatest use for this natural carpet is for photography. Having the right person on the right patch of green is an unbeatable combo.

This kid, perfectly placed on his front yard, couldn’t have turned out to be a better June session.

About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.

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