Our photo day came and I had my hair & makeup scheduled for the morning, so I’d be beautified for the shoot. The weather was overcast but we were hopeful that the rain would hold off until we got shots at a park, which we were going to hit after Baldwin’s Book Barn. By the time we got to Baldwin’s, though, it was drizzling and we had only an hour or so to try to cram in as many pics as we could!
What’s Great About Baldwin’s Book Barn?
The book barn – so called because it’s a converted barn – is a five-story book store full of nooks, stone walls, arched doorways, and loads of not only books, but maps and prints, too! The owners are absolutely charming and super friendly.
With all the levels and rooms, it’s easy to find plenty of spots to snap photos. Even with others shopping around you, the place is so big that you can choose spots that are out of the way. We chose to do some photos in a few different spots… like in the book aisles, on a set of wooden stairs, in a stone archway, and in a room sort of like a study.
The shop owners were super friendly and allowed us to take our photos for free and even encouraged us to use different areas of the shop. So after we took a bunch of photos, of course we ended up perusing the shelves for something to buy!
All photos by Robert Wood Photography