She came out at the end of July and photographed us for two hours, snapping away as we planted seeds for our fall garden, harvested squash, pumpkins, beans, strawberries, and plums, and the girls tended to the chickens. She came up with some incredible shots. We were struck looking at them by how lush and fruitful our small (only 750 square feet) and not-so-perfect garden came off looking. It really is amazing how much food you can grow in a tiny space.
We just got the photos today, which you can view in the slideshow below (or click on it to see the photos larger).
You can see some of the other photos from Lori's in-progress "Backyard Project" on her website under Portfolio > Projects. We hope to see her collection of urban farmer photos in a local publication sometime soon!