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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

I Missed Some!

Ah! I missed a few of the park pictures I labored over editing. So, while it's probably overkill for you, I'd like to have blog record of that fun morning. Bear with me. :0)


Alicia said...

Great pictures, and it looks like the boys play well together. Hey do you scrapbook? I'm just wondering how you save all these great pictures! You are an amazing photographer. I hope to get a nice camera someday, but geez I still don't think I'll be able to figure out all the tech stuff.

Liz said...

Hi Alicia! Thanks for your compliments about my hobby. I don't scrapbook. I actually hate scrapbooking (probably because I'm terrible at it. I'm so not creative!).

You should definitely get a camera and just go for it. That's the beauty of digital - you can teach yourself! I did. I couldn't take pictures like this before I got my own camera, and, with some much appreciated (and necessary) coaching from a good friend (Evelyn/Freckles), I was outfitted with the basics and empowered to play with my camera until I knew it like the back of my hand. If you look at the first photos on my photography blog (yikes!), you'll see that I've come a loooooong way since I first started, but it's also only been a year! You could absolutely do it, too, and taking great pictures is so rewarding especially for the fact that you'll be able to capture precious memories of your own kids. Thanks for commenting!

Lindsey said...

Awwww...happy boys!

Jacqui said...

I wish you could just follow me around all day long, taking pictures of my kids. You rock!

Don and Amy Bennion said...

Incredible pictures, Liz! Wow. I love that your boys are in short sleeves and sandals in February in California...if only! My boys would absolutely die for
Anders' Lightning McQueen shoes!

K said...

I love the middle picture, your little one on the swing - ears right between the S hooks, tummy showing.