I am thrilled to announce Lucky Sheep has received a grant from from AB Tech Small Business Center to enhance our branding and marketing by redesigning our website, logo, and photographs. I am so excited to embark on this multi faceted project. Lucky Sheep is working with Jaime Hadnagy Photography in conjunction with Neff Creative. We are also receiving additional help from Evolv.com through Mountain Bizworks to upgrade our website.
Part of our team started out on a scouting hike on top of Mount Mitchell also known as Black Dome by the Cherokee. This is a gnarly trail which traverses some of the highest elevations in the Appalachian mountains. Our unicorn search proved successful when we found a precarious rock ledge which lent itself well to some photos with many angles and scenery as the fall leaves were just starting to turn color.
We took two hours of shots while we were there as a practice run, and ended up using some of the photos because they came out so well. From that perch we could see mountains far in the distance such as the Great Smokies and little did we know, our next photoshoot would be at one of those far off peaks…a spot on the Appalachian Trail called Max Patch.
A hurricane on the East Coast brought in some rainy weather for the next several days. When it blew over we decided to go to Max Patch which would offer a more open area to set up a few tents. Max Patch offered a grassy knoll with spectacular panaramic views. We couldn’t have choosen a better time of year as the leaves were just starting to turn yellows, oranges, reds, and shades of brown.. The air was cleared from several days of a tropical storm, and the entire crew would meet up at the top of this famous knoll.
Well, the rest is history as you can see for yourself. We carried up camping gear and products loaded onto a wagon. We set up camp which was three tents, backpacks, stoves as though we were going to be camping. We had about one hour to take as many pictures as we could off of our long list of shots.