Friday, September 26, 2008

Playtime. Finally.


Anonymous said...

my favorite shots are the unposed ones.

Shell in your Pocket said...

I love it! Great pictures...the sky is so blue!
-Sandy Toes

Beth@Pages of Our Life said...

Your house has got to be filled with beautiful family shots. How do you ever decide which ones to show case or do you switch them out from time to time?

Anonymous said...

Wow! All your photos are so beautiful. Do you just touch them up on photoshop (as well as obviously being a great photographer)?

Precision Quality Laser said...

It was either an unseasonably warm day at the beach, or you guys have really hardy feet! :) I rarely take off my shoes at the beach, and I certainly don't walk in the water I have prissy feet that don't go barefoot outside at all. Mostly because I am afraid I will step on some big ugly!

Thanks for sharing these lovely I am yearning for the beach! :)

Ash said...

Wow - a driftwood seesaw. How absolutely, totally cool is that?!

Fantastic shots.


Heidi said...

dmoms~ These are my favorites, too. :) I'd still like to get a face shot of all of us to send in Christmas cards, but these are the photos I'd rather have on my blog and in our scrapbooks... They say more about what our life is like. :)

sandy toes~ Yes, it was a gorgeous, blue-sky day!!

Beth~ This will sound terrible, but I have almost no family photos up in my house. I take tooooo many to decide. :) I do have a collage on my fridge that changes fairly often. Other than that, I look at photos on my blog fairly often, and more people see them on here than come to my house, LOL. And we already know what we look like. :)

alexis~ Thanks! All of these photos were touched up in photoshop with Totally Rad Actions. Not nearly as pretty straight out of camera. :)

Mrs. Q~ I never can keep shoes on my boys... and I spent my childhood without shoes. It was a beautiful day and the sand felt great!

eudae-mamia~ I was so happy they came up with that on their own. It is cool, isn't it?!

Jen - Balancing Beauty and Bedlam said...

I am going to be spending some time looking through your photography posts. We finally got a real camera - Canon 450D, but I have no idea how to use it....I am ready to learn though, and can't wait. You're an inspiration, and I have been watching and learning from Beth (commented above).