Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Mother's Day

This past weekend our church offered free Mother's Day Photos to any family in the church just after church service. I was fortunate to be one of those photographers buzzing around campus and snapping photos of some pretty unbelievably beautiful families - both in appearance and in heart.




and then, she {snapped}NapTime MomTog

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  1. Really nice pics and sweet families! :-)

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  2. Wow!! Isn't it funny how the heart shines through the eyes?

    Love the first b&w shot! Thanks so much for linking up this week and WELCOME! We do this every week, so we hope to see more great b&w's from you in the future! (PS Good luck in the contest.)

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    1. Thanks! That first B&W is my favorite also

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  3. These were all awesome. I really like the black and white!

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    1. Thank you! & Me too! That's a real sweet trio of kids too.

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  4. great photos and what a nice thing for your church to do!

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    1. It was a sweet gesture indeed and a lot of fun! :)

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  5. Great job, Christina! They look awesome. I can't wait to see how other's turned out. What a fun event!! You've motivated me to finish mine up :)

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  6. The black and white ones turned out really neat!

    Have a great rest of your week!
    POSH

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  7. Hello Christina, Following from B&W Wednesdays. I love that your church did the family photos. OUrs did that years ago, but didn't follow thru. We were smaller then, and now numbers are just too many I guess. Your "Pathological Picture Taker" icon is a scream! I'll be back to see more.
    Rosemary

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  8. Yeah, Christina, I collapse in the haze each time I come on your blog ! You really know how to shot the colors of life. I think that smiles and eyes are some your best subjects. But also people, and lights, and streets, and emotions. Great job, Wild Wild Girl from the New World !
    Max from Champagne, France.

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