Asking the Lord to keep the eyes of my heart open to the extraordinary lessons of every day life.
Who needs words with a picture like this? I love how everybody is going in their own direction! I also love how "mother hen Kate" is checking on everybody.Amy
So sweet! I love b/w photos. Leslie :)
AWESOME picture.... wow, it does say a lot with no words! Isn't it funny how kids always seem to go in opposite directions?
I love it!(And where on earth do you live, that you are blessed with FOLIAGE in your front yard?? I have two puny trees and that's about it. I'm green with envy!)
absolutely LOVE this photo...and i love how dramatic it looks in black and white. how did you get them so evenly spaced!? that must have been hard work. :)
No words are necessary - I love it.Perri
Keri- I am laughing out loud at the thought of trying to pose them...They were playing in the driveway and just took of this way. It made my heart skip a few beats at the realization that so goes life. As they grow, they will take off down different paths of life...taking my heart with them. I snapped this in color and changed it to B/W in photoshop.The funny thing is they were either all over the driveway or all lining up like a train and getting into traffic jams. Isn't that the great thing about family...we can take off on our own and run back to each other when we need to, too.On a lighter note, it made me cringe thinking about 14 years from now when those are real cars!!!
That REALLY does say a lot without any words. Great photography! I'm with you on the real car thing........yikes!
that might be a framer!
Jenmom~ This picture is tooo precious. I couldn't help but chuckle when I saw it! I am with Sarah.It looks really beautiful. We hope to have some lush greenery in over our driveway in the near future!
I absolutely LOVE this picture! My kids will never know that freedom here, they would be jealous. I saw your message and followed you here, your kids are beautiful!
I can;t help but think about their lives as they grow wondering what direction they will each choose. Pretty powerful shot! One to keep I should think....
I love how Kate seems to be looking to see why the boys aren't following her. You definitely capture some great moments.
Jennifer - how could I not know who you are? Of course I remember you! Thanks for stopping by our little blog! The connections and re-connections we've made through blogging have been an unexpected benefit of posting pictures of Sara James on-line for our family and friends...it's been a real treat! Tricia and I are daily regulars on Lots of Scotts, and always look forward to your updates.All the best...
Oh Jen - this is an awesome picture. It's always good to have a camera handy because you never know when the "perfect shot" is going to come up. This is definitely one of them!
oh jen...i hope you know i was kidding when i asked how you got them so evenly spaced! i know there is no way, even if you tried!! :) i love your thoughts behind the photo...a great photo to represent how they grow up, etc. so many analogies you could get from this pic. so cool. i'm with angela....DEFINITELY a framer.
What beautiful children.Char
love love love this picture! frame it indeed!
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