Monday, July 26, 2010

Playing At The Beach

A few days were spent at the beach as a family last week. One of the things that I told N that we HAD to do while we were down there was to take a few informal snaps of the boys down at the water. So we dragged the kiddos and N's obliging parents down there with us. Things didn't go quite as planned, but we did manage to eek out a few good shots. I learned a few things of what NOT to do, so next time it'll be better. Considering it's been several years since I've done any halfway formal shoot, I'm pleased with the fact that I got anything at all.

These are completely raw images, untouched, uncropped. Sorry! But I know if I wait till that's done, it'll be four months from now before it happens.

Family members: If you really want one of these, email me and let me know. I'll get you a tweaked high resolution to get printed out.

















6 comments:

The Mills Gang said...

Beautiful!

Roan said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! I know that you will never, ever regret your decision. Remember this little saying, "The days are long, but the years are short".
Have a great day!
p.s your one year old reminds me of some of my one year olds--big and enjoying being carried around. I still carry my 4.5 year around! He is too big to be carried!

Maria Killam said...

OMG your children are adorable and I cried when I read that story about the upside down tiles. Those would have been a piece of art in the end to me that is so sweet!
Thanks for the lovely story!
xo
Maria

Cubstarr said...

LOVE THEM ALL!!! You have a beautiful family. :)

Bubs looks like he has gotten bigger since we seen him in June!!! My boy is such a little shrimp. LOL!

Cubstarr said...

LOVE THEM ALL!!! You have a beautiful family! :)

I swear Bubs looks like he has gotten bigger since June! LOL! I wanna squeeze him!!!

Sarah said...

I just wanted to stop and say I hope your first couple of weeks at home have gone well! Staying home is a decision you'll never look back on and regret (except, possibly, at 5 p.m. every day when everybody's melting down). I've been thinking about you and hope all is well :)

Sarah