With that said, let’s get to the photos. 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.” The great thing about having a photographer mommy friend is that you can plan a play date…and end in a photo shoot. Such an event happened last Thursday, right after my mother-in-law left our house. Felicity and I drove over to visit with Michelle and Madeline. While we were there, Michelle asked if I might be interested in taking some photos. What a silly question. Specifically, she was interested in checking out this old demolition site. I’ve driven past this site a few times and had the same curiosity. So after lunch, we loaded the cars and drove over. It was a tad bit creepy, but we thought it might be an interesting location for senior photos or family portraits…ya know, for the family that wants an edgier look. Later we find out that the reason this site had been left in the condition it was in…was because demolition workers found asbestos and abandoned the site. Okay, so maybe we won’t be using this particular site for photos in the future. Yuck! Nonetheless, we still got some interesting shots, so all is not loss.
Anyways, that’s all I have for today. Be sure to come back on Friday to see my latest client session.
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