so the rain today forced us indoors to capture Mulligan and his sis Chloe……..did I mention it was also very dark outside?! Tough lighting conditions but I just loved this last parting shot as I was approaching the door to leave. The painting which hangs at doggy eye level is by an artist named Cornbread. love it.
this has been a whirlwind week of sessions….and great weather. today’s session had been technically scheduled to be mostly in the studio, but how could we resist the great outdoors with temperatures in the mid 70’s. Loved meeting you, R, and loved photographing you even more! you are simply stunning! The hat shots are without a doubt my new favorites!
well, not even puppet hair on my head was going to get these three smiling all at the same time……both moms, and grandma, and myself were jumping around, blowing bubbles, playing puppets…..and, well, let’s just say we kind of felt like bad comedians on amateur night. This was one serious crowd! At any rate, here are the images….such adorable little ones!
my best friend’s son…….my best friend since the seventh grade back in Indiana, and ironically we now live in the same town. What were the odds of that?! Though we don’t see each other that often anymore, every time we do, it’s as if no time has passed….just one of those oh so easy friendships. The first of her kids is getting ready to head off to college on a baseball scholarship next year. She will be able to perhaps coach me through it when my oldest leaves the following year. They always say the oldest friends are the best friends. You know what? ‘They’ are absolutely right.
Now. the real reason for this post. Congratulations on your scholarship, Sam. You are one terrific kid and I adore your mom