This time, we met up at our alma mater, Peace College – now known as William Peace University. Michelle has such a natural eye for photography…and a beautiful ability to capture the most precious moments. Felicity can be quite interesting to photograph at times, especially when she’s tired (or just doesn’t want to be photographed – which is often the case of photographer’s children). I’m typically inclined to stop shooting and give a child a break. Michelle keeps shooting. So, while I stopped to comfort Felicity, she would capture those moments on “film.” These are some of my favorites.
Anyways…before we get to my photos and if this is your first time linking up, I only have two rules (and one suggestion):
1) Only share photos you took yourself (or photos taken of you – be sure to give credit to your photographer). 2) Don’t steal any photos shared through this meme. 3) Suggestion: copy and paste my new button to your blog so others know you’re participating.
I should also mention that your “wittle ones” can include your own children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and/or clients…as long as you were the one holding the camera. I fully recognize that “wittle ones” vary in age – so feel free to link up whoever you think of as “wittle.” Today, most of my photos were taken by Michelle but I processed them – just want to give credit where credit is due. This is actually my shot, before Michelle arrived. I am in love with Felicity’s blue eyes.
I know I didn’t say much today about each shot, but I hope you enjoyed these shots of me and my favorite girl nonetheless. Thanks again Michelle for capturing us together. I’m so thankful to have you in my life!
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