Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Something Snappy...

Pin It I thought about writing something witty this evening, something captivating which would have you rolling on the ground, begging for more.

However, due to the fact that I feel completely wiped out and parched in the sense of anything literally speaking, I’ll forgo this and instead will share some favorite images of a photography session I recently finished.

Goodnight, bloggers.
















11 comments:

Denae said...

Great family, Great pictures.

Rachel said...

Oh my gosh that is Tyson! My oldest is best friends with Tyson. How cool!

As always...love what you've done.

Meg said...

speaking of photos you should update along the back roads. It would make my life easier.

Linn said...

Incredible! When are you coming to Boston already?

Lars said...

Did you encourage that kid to lick his brother or did he come up with that on his own? Great pictures :)

annette said...

These are awesome! No, amazing! Wow- you really captured some fantastic images of them. I didn't think it was possible but as amazing of a photographer as you are, you are still getting more better.

Mamma has spoken said...

Oh I so want you to come and visit me when all the sons are home! You know you want to come and see the bluegrass of KY, or how about Mammouth Cave,or Cumberland Falls to see the moonbows? ;o)

SO said...

What a great shoot!

Kathy V said...

Very fun. Loved that big tree trunk. Where is it?

Teachinfourth said...

D - Thanks.

R - Really? Tyson was in my 6th grade class a few years ago...great kid.

M - I really should, shouldn't I? And one day, I will.

L - Isn't there a song called "Please Come to Boston?"

If I ever make it out there, I'll let you know.

L - Guilty. I did give them the choice to pick who they wanted to lick and just do it on the count of three...

A - More better is what I am hoping to do. Just wait until you see the NEXT photoshoot...of course, I still have to go and take the second half of the shoot before I can do anything with them.

B - Wait, isn't that the home of country music? Hmmm...don't know if I could do that, you know, the force of evil and all that...

S - Thanks.

K - It's at Bicentennial Park; HUGE tree!

K.J. said...

I love that family! Tell them I said "HI" next time you see them ok? Marci is such a nice person! Tyson is a young man now...wow!Great pictures!

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