Hello ladies and gents!

We recently had the opportunity to photograph an amazing music festival called Crossroads. It was located at the beautiful South Eden Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia. How gorgeous is this place?! The ‘cotton candy’ sunset has shown up at Crossroads every year so far. Music under a cotton candy sky was the perfect way to round out this day.

Not only did we have the chance to photograph at an amazing location, but, the proceeds from the festival all went to hurricane relief efforts. There were so many talented musicians and instrumentalists that came out to this amazing event. Dana King, a talented local vocalist, organized the music festival with help from a team of volunteers. I can’t think of a much better reason to listen to music than to help support people in need!


The Leftovers – https://www.facebook.com/TheLeftovers229/


Michael Miller Band – https://www.facebook.com/themmillerband/

Aubrey Wollet – https://www.facebook.com/aubreywollettsings/

Disciples of Music – https://www.facebook.com/DisciplesOfMusic/

Dana & Lilly – https://www.facebook.com/gypsycotton

BRYTLY – https://www.facebook.com/brytly/

Eli Hannon – https://www.facebook.com/officialelihannon/

Will Thompson – https://www.facebook.com/willthompsonmusic/


South Eden Plantation – https://www.southedenplantation.com/

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