August 14, 2008

My Three Boys.

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6 comments:

Heather said...

Susan... you're photos (your entire blog, for that matter) are unbelievable!! And inspiring! And just a pure delight... thank you for sharing them with the rest of us :o)

Blessings, Heather

Heidi said...

Striking silhouettes!

Rhea said...

You changed your comment feature!!

Great silhouttes! I probably spelled that wrong. I suck at spelling.

Teri said...

These photos are great. So sweet!

Kat said...

Hey...are all comments like this now? I noticed that blogger changed my dashboard, too. Hmmm...

And I love the silhouettes. Is that how you spell it? I'm too lazy to google it at the moment. But I love it. Very much. You should frame these.

Which actually begs another question. What do you do with all your gorgeous pictures? Besides post them for our enjoyment? Are they framed and all over the place? Or still on the hard drive? Do you do portraits, too - or just for your own enjoyment? Sorry...I guess it begged for lots more questions :-)

SKELLER said...

Thank you, All :-)

Kat - so many questions!! Comments - I saw them on someone else's blog with instructions (essentially, if your template isn't to tweaked, dashboard to settings to comments - choose embed option)

For the last couple years I've made a digital album (mypublisher.com) of our family. This year, since I got all fancy with Lightroom and Photoshop, and out of iPhoto, I haven't figured out how to do this. Another project for another day...

I also do have plans to get a few big prints and frame and hang them, but gosh darn it, I'm so stinkin' indecisive, I can't choose. I certainly have favorites, but my favorites don't necessarily go together. So I put it off and put it off, and so that's another project for another day.

About portraits ... timely question! I'm currently putting together a website and hanging up my "in business" sign. We'll see how that goes. This is the first year that I can actually conceive leaving my eldest home alone with the youngest while I work.