9.11.2007


So we tried so very hard to get some pretty family photos in the dress I previously gushed so much about. But, the night just didn't turn out the way I expected. Our timing was all off, (who knew the sun goes down so early these days.) Another 30 minutes and it may have been great.
But most of the time the kids were not at all happy and wanted to go home. And, really who can blame them because as soon as the sun dipped down 1000's of mosquitoes came out thinking we were their dinner. The only picture I like is this one. Not our whole family, but of the only boy I want to kiss in a mosquito filled field. Aint love grand.

12 comments:

I am Jen said...

That is a very sweet picture and dress.

PamperingBeki said...

That picture is just pure happiness!

daisies said...

such a gorgeous dress and this photo is lovely and sings 'love' so beautifully :)

Kristen said...

What a beautiful picture!

Denise said...

beautiful picture!

This might help with timing your photoshoots, I use it to time my morning or evening walks:
http://www.sunrisesunset.com

candace ann said...

this is absolutely beautiful! what kind of digital camera do you use?

Alicia said...

This was taken with the Canon XTi.
Thanks so much for all of your kindness!

Persimmons Gal said...

You are amazinly talented. I don't know if amazinly is a real word?

Mattos said...

Your photographs are amazing. I love your style.
Your family portrait is so cool, even though the kids didn't make it in. That is how I would like to have some pics taken. Your blog is very enjoyable.

Cathy said...

beautiful photo - i can't imagine any of your photos being "bad"! wish i had you hear to take photos of my family - i can't keep my boys still enough :) and if i try to catch them spontaneously playing, by the time i focus, they have spotted me and want to attack the camera (they're 2 years old and 10 months old).
(scrap4u)

bohemiangirl said...

Love the lighting, love the dress, love the blushing balloons. Love your work. Gorgeous.

guerillalovenest said...

One is enough. (thumbs up)