Field Trip // Woodell & Daughters Sawmill

Today I have a special treat for you! Lillia’s class recently went on a field trip to Woodell and Daughters Forest Products in Langdon, NH. I brought along my camera thinking that I might take some photos for posterity, but I ended up handing it over to Lillia instead. I figured that, since she’s only 10, she would take a lot of blurry pictures and/or ridiculously up-close portraits of her friends. I was so surprised when I started going through the photos that she took. They are actually quite good — very artistic! She took a lot of photos, so I curated a little collection for you. All of the following photos were taken by Lillia with absolutely not guidance or instruction from me, using the manual setting on my DSLR. I have not cropped or adulterated them in any way, other than to boost the color a little in Photoshop (which I do to most of my own photos). We also visited a farm so I will post her photos from that part of the trip tomorrow.

field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmil
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill
field trip // woodell & daughters sawmill

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Kelli Ann Wilson

My name is Kelli Ann Wilson (née Copeland), and I live in Walpole, NH. I am mama to Lillia (13) and Zane (6), and wife to Damian. My interests include: Homemaking, photography, gardening, genealogy, and making things.

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