I love alpacas. If you know me all, you know that I have a little obsession, to the point that my friends buy me things with llamas/alpacas on them. I have socks, pjs, stuffies, wall art and more. So it was a no brainer for me to offer alpaca farm sessions.
I discovered Brigadoon Fibre Farm not long after I moved to New Brunswick. I had been searching for local businesses to work with, and immediately followed them on Instagram and Facebook. Every time they shared a photo of one of their animals I’d think, “I NEED to do sessions there.”
So in early 2019 I got in touch with Rachel and she gave me the go-ahead to do the sessions, and I planned to visit to meet her and the animals (see a fun shot of me with the alpacas at the very end of this post).
The sessions were held on a beautiful May afternoon and were so much fun. The families got to interact with and feed the alpacas, and they also met goats, chickens and BABY SHEEP. The cuteness is overwhelming! Even my nephew came along and he loved feeding the alpacas.
I will keep this short, so you can look through all the adorable photos. Thank you so much to Brigadoon Fibre Farm for welcoming us! And if you want me to do alpaca farm sessions again, let me know by getting in touch!