If you could bottle country, ice cream and sunshine, Simcock Farm would be the result.
Located in Swansea MA, Simcock Farm is a 4th generation working farm. I have shot at this location many times before. There are few fine-art fall portraiture locations that check all of the boxes like Simcock Farm can. The beautiful white barn makes for a wonderfully simplistic and rustic background and the animals in the field beside it are always welcome additions to any photograph.
If you care to wander beyond the barn during the late summer season, you will discover Simcock Farm’s infamous sunflower maze. Here lays the main attraction for most of my clients. Acres of sunflowers are lined up in rows, waiting to be explored. In the center of the maze, a raised platform awaits. Upon reaching it and walking up the stairs, a breathtaking view awaits. You will suddenly feel as though you are swiming among the sunflowers. These are some of the most beautiful and cherished images that I capture for my clients. Pure magic on a late summer’s eve.
Sunflowers, corn mazes and pumpkins… oh my!
If the golden sunflowers of Simcock Farm doesn’t scream “Fall” loud enough fot you, you are welcome to wait until late September when Simcock Farm rolls out their corn maze, tractor pulled hayrides and pumpkin picking! Following along as you enjoy all that autumn on the farm has to offer is the perfect way to share your story. Fall is one of my absolute favorite times of year, and I find zero shame in enjoying all of the “basic” fall activities that it has to offer. I love capturing the love and the excitement of a new season during thsi time of year on the farm.
Let’s cap it off with ice cream.
I refuse to allow a session to end without stopping by Simcock Farm’s ice cream stand. They proudly offer Giffords Worlds Class ice cream. With over 40 flavors including Sugar Free options, Sorbet and Frozen Yogurt.
For more information on Simcok Farm, click here.
For additional location options, check out the blog I wrote with a list of my top photoshoot locations in New England.