Friday, September 24, 2010

Miss Georgia is almost 3. . .

So, I think the most challenging thing to do is to take pictures of 2 and 3 year olds. They don't stop, they are focused on what they want to be focused on, and it is difficult to distract them long enough to capture them. Once the challenge is tackled and the pictures reviewed it is so rewarding. . .like today. Three year olds are so innocent and pure and you can see it all over this little girls face. Look at that little face and bright eyes. . .it was so fun getting to know this little girl better during our hour at the park. Thanks so much for this fun afternoon!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

9 Days Old

I don't know if you remember the maternity session I did back in July, but if you do here is the little one that was hiding during that shoot. Born September 14th this little guy was only 9 days old. Thanks for sharing your afternoon and that sweet little baby with me.
What a blessing. . .I'm so excited for you.

Gone with the wind. . .

The wind was definitely not gone but this little beauty was named after the stunning Miss Scarlett from Gone with the Wind. This windy warm afternoon proved to be a good day for pictures. This little cutie was a bit serious, but so much fun. We did get her to crack a few smiles while she was busy taking everything in. It was so much fun to wander around with this well dressed family and capture this time in their lives. Plus I can't get enough of little ones in hats. . .So so cute!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Pretty in Pink

I've had a little more free time on my hands since family is visiting. While they were keeping my other two busy at a nearby park, I was able to capture my youngest. . .without anyone else trying to jump on her. She is almost 10 months now and oh so sweet.

Friday, September 3, 2010

A little more cuteness. . .

I'm not quite sure what it was about this session but I love how the pictures turned out. This little boys eyes sparkled like stars, and the parents were so laid back. I just can't get enough of this little guy. . .