The Wool Loft

January 12, 2016

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Samantha Lord  |  Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England  |

My husband and I visited some of our very best British friends last autumn, who live near the town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, England. One of our favorite British traditions is that of giving your home a name, and our friends lived in the most beautifully converted farm building called “The Wool Loft.” This charming stone home used to hold the wool that was sheared from the sheep on the surrounding farms. One day with our cameras in hand, we took a stroll with these wonderful friends and their cheeky toddler, who is enamored with the sheep that still roam on the surrounding farmland. We loved how casual and genuine these images turned out of this loving little family. ” – Samantha


  1. Thank you for this lovely feature, Belle Lumière! This family and location are very special to us and we couldn’t be happier to see it on the journal.

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