Monday, April 14, 2008

Make That THREE Photographers in the Family

thought I'd (finally!) show you my new haircut. What?

OOPS! I seem to have the lens pushed in tight on this self portrait. An unfortunate act on my part... now the whole world knows I need more sleep as evidenced by the lines and bags under my eyes...sigh...

Here we go! My child may be scared of that one-eyed monster considering the death grip she seems to have on my neck.

Then again, maybe she just loves me A LOT!

We are training our girl early on to take pictures, that way maybe when she's older and cares, she won't wonder what her mommy and daddy looked like (because they were always behind a camera.)

Here's an example of our prodigy's work:

I was trying to get a photo of her in action. She got me first.

Gosh, a little more fine tuning, and I'll be able to retire and put her to work! Love the classic, yet quirky shoe portraits...

What budding talent!


Jenny said...

Those are some fun pictures! Love the shoes and your daughter is cute as a button!


HeyJules said...

I love your new haircut! And you are doing well to hand your daughter the camera now while she's young. With you and Stan both so in love with Photography it only makes sense that she will probably enjoy it as well.

Lady Em said...

Oh wow she is good!! Maybe she can teach me how to take a decent photo!!
I AM IN LOVE with your hair!! I love funky hair, it's so much fun. Did I tell you last time I dyed mine, I dyed it brown?
Oh so boring for me.
I'm impatiently waiting for my blond(yes natural blond) roots to start showing so I have the excuse to run off and get some red hair dye.
Question? Over the shelf dye, I know you must be cringing, which one do you think is the best to use? And do you think the shampoo that is used for red heads, blonds etc. really is worth buying?
I love your shoes to!! I am a fan for heels, funky heels that are sky high. I love cool shoes!!
p.s. Can you believe how cold it was today? I thought it was fall.

mrs. blogoway said...

The haircut is ADORABLE! I'm not kidding. It's so flattering!! What products do you use when you fix it? Manipulator?

Speaking of teaching your daughter stuff... I had my ten year old daughter help me apply haircolor to my new growth the other day (I was so desperate). She did a good job.

Anonymous said...

Hey sis, She is doing a great job already!! We are still waiting on our computer(sigh)...hope it will get here soon so I can stop looking like a moron leaving you messages on your photo blogs!!!! love you lots..B.