June 27, 2011

a little sand …

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a little bit of hugging and kissing ...
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some gorgeous, glowy, golden evening light ...

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time to snooze and time to smile ...

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a whole lot of squealing & giggling ...

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an abundance of love and laughter in this family ...

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Canada is lucky to be getting you all, eh? And California is going to miss you. And so am I. Who else at the gym is going to understand my Hans & Franz references?!?



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Orange County Newborn, Child & Family Photographer

11 comments:

Jessica Deane said...

What a wonderful session! Love these!

Life with Kaishon said...

What a beautiful family skeller. Very, very beautiful!

Heidi said...

Gorgeous photos as I expect from you :). But that last one? Oh, SWOON! <3

AlyGatr said...

Or a lot of sand :) I think the most fun I've had this year with my camera was out on Mustang Island here in Texas. Who doesn't have fun digging their toes in the white stuff? Of course, I had to learn how to clean sand out of my camera too...EEK! Beautiful session.

Tracy P. said...

What I love is the celebration of the different relationships. The more people, the more relationships there are, and each is unique. Beautifully captured as always!!

Andrea said...

Love, LOVE the first and fourth photos. Of course all of them are so pretty, but I love those the most. :-) Such pretty processing. Do you use Elements?

Skeller said...

Thanks, All.
Aly - ouch! sand is no friend to the camera!
Andrea - no. I use Lightroom and Photoshop.

Anita Johnson said...

I was so liking these pictures, and then I feel in love with the last one. Beautiful.

Kristin said...

Wow - I love these :) I can feel it all the giggling, the laughing, the cuddling and the kissing - so cute :)

Kristin

Teachinfourth said...

I love the backlit photo with the shadows and the flare of the sun! Fan-tas-tic!

I also visited your photography website and was blown away...of course when you're hit with "Sunny Days" by Jars of Clay as a welcome anthem, how can you not instantly fall in love with the photos that follow?

Y2U said...

Fantabulous work :)