Susan, when the doorbell rings, don't answer it. It's gonna be child protection coming to take your kids to a non-abusive family. ;-)
Your poor children, why do you torture them so??
I love your lens! What is it?
Life is so torturous. :) I'm so inspired to get me a matching set of silhouettes, now. Think I can get *my* boys to cooperate?
Tracy - thanks for the warning!Renee - somebody's gotta do it...Mackenzie - every super wide photo in the last three posts was taken with my beloved Canon 15mm Fisheye lens...Heidi - good luck with that! My set is still incomplete. Shall we race??? ;-)
Ya know, life is tough on some ppl!...that children should suffer so..:) I love the last one, and also I love shadows too, ppl don't appriciate them enough do they! :)
ooooo! Love love love them!
love the silhouette! Thanks for the heads up about PW posting my picture! I usually don't read blogs on the weekend, and I might not have known!
Really awesome. I love how much the boys are such a perfect mix of you and your husband together. I can't even stand it : ) So fab! You are the funnest Mommy in America. Kaishon told me last night at tuck in time that he is on strike for pictures until Thanksgiving. Don't worry. I have a bribe all planned out... : )
That park looks like a beautiful place to take pictures! And Oh that blue sky. Way more fun than rain pictures. Your kids should spend a winter in Oregon :)
More torture for your kids? LOL Seriously, I love when you take a self-portrait. I cannot seem to do it. Must be my short arms! =D Did you do all your post-processing in LR? I must learn this program that a lot of you are talking about.
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