October 9, 2010

I had the pleasure of taking some promotional images for The Green Barn’s website. I will say it was quite the honor! If you haven’t heard of The Green Barn yet, you should definitely check it out. Their approach to horse care is somewhat unique in that they really strive to take the “greenest” approach in all of their practices…preserving the earth and taking exceptional care of the animals at the same time! For example: they are growing their own ORGANIC CARROTS for their horses on the “everyday at the spa” boarding package. Its a bedtime treat!! I just wish IIII had a horse!!!! {sigh} someday. :) Priddysweet is looking forward to working along side The Green Barn in the years to come and congratulates them on their recent debut!!

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6 Comments to the green barn

  1. LOOOOOOOOVEEEEEEE IT!!!!! Thank you so much for everything, you’re the absolute best :)

  2. you’re absolutely welcome! anytime!!

  3. Elizabeth! These are gorgeous! My absolute fav is the last one…the close-up of the herd in sepia tone. LOVE!!! I mean, I kinda want that pic!

  4. 😉 Thanks, Katherine!! (and if you want one, i”ll totally order one for you)


  1. Thanks to Priddy Sweet - Green Barn Franklin
  2. It’s “priddy” great… — Green Barn Franklin

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