Lisa Helfert

Photo by Lisa Helfert

Lisa Helfert is a photographer who works for Maryland Life magazine and took the photo’s for the magazine’s article on Buzzy’s Country Store.  To see some of her other photo’s, here is the link to her website click here.  If you go to her Portfolio and click on Editorial you’ll see this great  portrait of Brother Tommy who could have at least tried to have smiled for his closeup.

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Lisa Helfert

Photo by Lisa Helfert

Lisa Helfert is a photographer who works for Maryland Life magazine and took the photo’s for the magazine’s article on Buzzy’s Country Store.  To see some of her other photo’s, here is the link to her website click here.  If you go to her Portfolio and click on Editorial you’ll see this great  portrait of Brother Tommy who could have at least tried to have smiled for his closeup.

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Lisa Helfert

Photo by Lisa Helfert

Lisa Helfert is a photographer who works for Maryland Life magazine and took the photo’s for the magazine’s article on Buzzy’s Country Store.  To see some of her other photo’s, here is the link to her website click here.  If you go to her Portfolio and click on Editorial you’ll see this great  portrait of Brother Tommy who could have at least tried to have smiled for his closeup.

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Lisa Helfert

Photo by Lisa Helfert

Lisa Helfert is a photographer who works for Maryland Life magazine and took the photo’s for the magazine’s article on Buzzy’s Country Store.  To see some of her other photo’s, here is the link to her website click here.  If you go to her Portfolio and click on Editorial you’ll see this great  portrait of Brother Tommy who could have at least tried to have smiled for his closeup.

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Lisa Helfert

Photo by Lisa Helfert

Lisa Helfert is a photographer who works for Maryland Life magazine and took the photo’s for the magazine’s article on Buzzy’s Country Store.  To see some of her other photo’s, here is the link to her website click here.  If you go to her Portfolio and click on Editorial you’ll see this great  portrait of Brother Tommy who could have at least tried to have smiled for his closeup.

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