Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Wordless Wednesday V

Logan looking left.
(Alliteration is your friend.)

Emma glances back.

Caitlin in a pot.

Variations on a theme.
Or
How cropping works.

Just Caitlin.

Closer.

Never forget the beauty of youth.

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16 comments:

Mommy of 2 Grlz said...

Beautiful kids, Beautiful Pic's.

Happy WW!

♥Shabem-®♥ said...

Stunning photos. Love it all!
Happy WW~

**"Liza"** said...

great shot of you kiddos here.I like your your shot.

Have a nice day and happy WW!

Woman with a Hatchet said...

Thanks ladies!

**"Liza"** said...

I actually didn't saturate the pink It came out like that by itself..;) thanks for stopping by my blog too..;)

Kimberly said...

You have gorgeous children! Thanks for stopping by.

And happy WW!

Jenny, the Bloggess said...

Beautiful!

Woman with a Hatchet said...

Thanks Kimberly! Thanks Jenny!

dKaye.com said...

excellent series - beautiful!

happy ww.

PicaboMama said...

Your offspring is just gorgeous!

Kim said...

I love the last one of Caitlin (I mean I know they're all the same picture, but I like the half face crop!) :-)

jennifer h said...

They are all beautiful pictures, but that last one is really gorgeous. I want her hair color! Are her eyes gray? Beautiful.

Woman with a Hatchet said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Kim: me too! I was just messing around and was playing with cropping in PS when I determined that not only was my focus dead on and my subject not squirmy, but that it got better and better the more I cut away.

Actually, Jennifer, her eyes are green with a dark blue ring. When she was born, they were as blue as Logan's and darkened to slate blue over the next few years. Now they seem to have settled on green, with a blue ring.

The blue ring actually runs on my mom's side of the family. I even have one with my brown eyes.

Her eyes turn REALLY green when she's unhappy. Fortunately, she was happy here.

And her hair is auburn, which I love. Not true red, not brown, but auburn. Genetics is an amazing thing.

Elaine A. said...

Those are all great but I LOVE how you cropped that last one. Absolutely Beautiful!

Woman with a Hatchet said...

Thanks Elaine! Me too! I was just messing around and saw the potential.

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