Jeff Scroggins and Colorado: the highlights.

I’m the lucky one who got to spend a day with this awesome Colorado bluegrass band and shoot their pictures for their website, promo materials, and new album! 
First we stumbled on a local winery with three great backdrops: the mountains, a barn complete with antlers, and a great Victorian looking home and porch. The winery owners were happy to let us use their property for the shoot, as long as the band played a few tunes (hence the shot with the wine bottle below). Then we went over to find a church and also stumbled upon a great little spot with a white house and green trim and craggy peaks in the background. In the evening, they had a gig at the Rustic Station, a perfect hunting lodge type feel for the shoot.
Here are some of my favorites from the wonderful Saturday we spent together up in Bailey and Conifer, Colorado!
This entry was published on November 23, 2011 at 7:39 pm and is filed under band, banjo, bass, bluegrass, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, music, shoot. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Jeff Scroggins and Colorado: the highlights.

  1. Cara, these are such fun. And what beautiful scenery too. I can't wait to see the album cover!

  2. Fantastic shots Cara!!!! I want to see more! You must have had such a great time. Keep us posted on how they use them so we can check them out!

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