Sunday, July 17, 2011

project 365 photos PLUS a little home video


i hope you all are having a great weekend!
ours has been not so good. rain, rain, chances of rain, more rain. yes, lots of rain. but, no complaints really because the area really did need rain.
so...the weather has postponed three photo shoots, and that isn't so good being that we are leaving gulf shores at the end of this month.
but....we have those shoots lined up and i am faithful that we will be able to get those done.

oh, and i just got all of the editing work done on the wedding we did earlier this month, and i am very happy with those. will share more after the bride and groom has a chance to look at them.

so...not sure if you have been following my photo project (project 365) on flickr. i have really been enjoying it and it really has been a great push to take photos (not that i need a push, as i am literally attached to my camera), but it has helped force me to look daily for those moments to capture. i am thrilled to think that at the end of the project i will have a nice collection of photos (yes, all 365 of them...oh, my math skills are beyond fantastic, huh?) that i can look back on and more or less see the past year via photos.

so this project, to me, is a collection of little glimpses of our lives, as well as a tool for visual progress and growth on my photography journey...

here are some recent project365 photos (in no particular order, but the first one posted, i'd have to say, is one of my most treasured thus far)...

my sweet offspring
sweet offspring

the flow of the fountain..

magnolia tree leaf

emerging from the water...

last one there is a..
he's a fast one..

on the hunt and with a net...

she apparently has the pool time blues??

who said you have to be a kid to enjoy kiddie books? ;-)

all smiles..

and some music via the kids...

River and Lily sing 'Only a Boy Named David'...a song they learned from their grandma.

They LOVE this song, btw.

On to other news...River got a new haircut. While Rocky and I were trying to decide what the cut should be like...Rocky decided a mohawk was going to be, though i wasn't so sure about the idea at first...i can honestly say that it is cute on him. 
as rocky said, "what better time to have a cut like that than when you are kid?" excellent point!

here's the new do':
and despite what his facial expression may show in these shots...he really does like the hawk. ;-)

karate chop kid? ;-)

so edgy...

what a fun haircut for a kid...

ever considered getting a mohawk yourself? how about giving one to your child? why or why not? ;-) 

like i said earlier in the is such a fun hairstyle for a kid...i mean, in river's case...he loves dinosaurs and this is a fun way he can have the "spikes" like one. 
and there really isn't a better time in his life to have a haircut like this (wise thought from my wise hubby).'s just hair. ;-)

he sports the spikes quite nicely. ;-)

have a great week!!


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