Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Giddy Shoot And Edit: Love/Romance

"When you look at your life the greatest happiness
are family happinesses"
~Dr. Joyce Brothers


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This photo was taken afterCamdyn's birthday party at the Ranch, when my girlfriend and her family were in town visiting.  We tried to line the 3 kids up on the couch for a photo and they would not sit still, so we said "Let's take a photo with Mr. Dave" and all 3 kids hog piled on top of him.  They adore him.  This photo is candid, it's edited to feel like a '60's snapshot, and it makes me smile.

The Shoot And Edit prompt this week is Love/Romance.  Honestly, I don't have any romantical photos...but I did spend a night at the Ritz last September and took this shot of my wine glass.  I love the mood of the photo SOOC. 

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Happy Wednesday!




9 comments:

Liz said...

Such a cute photo!!

I'm liking the shoot and edit photos too. Maybe I should look into that :)

Colleen (Shibley Smiles) said...

Girl you are good with the camera. That wine glass photo is amazing. And Cam looks so big!

Sassy said...

What a cute picture of the kids! And that photo of the wine glass is beautiful!

Jennifer said...

Love the feel of the top photo..great shot :)

TV's Take said...

Well you did it because I totally thought the first was taken in the 60's then realized that's not possible with your girls in the photo. LOVE the second shot!

Jill - FNA Photography said...

awesome SOOC shot and i love the first shot too - LOVE overflow!

Mama Hen said...

That is a beautiful picture at top! The quote is true! The second picture is really great! I hope you are doing well my friend! I am going to be doing feature guest articles in the Nestwork. Let me know if you you would like to do one. Have a great night!

Mama Hen

Ashley said...

I love that snapshot, so cute!

Kelley said...

I am so thirsty right now! Love that picture. Also? My neighbor growing up was named Carol & she was only a few years older than me. I'm 35 right now. So see? Not ALL Carols are old!