7.12.2011

pictures on a summers evening

I have a lot of unfinished drafts piling up for this blog. It seems the only ones I actually finish lately are those with few words and many pictures. I'm sorry to say that this one is no different. I played around with my other lense tonight as I hung out with my boys in the backyard. It all ended when I was taking Adams picture and noticed a mosquito circling aroung his cheek.
If I were a mosquito, that's where I'd strike too...look at those chubs.

11 comments:

  1. When I first looked at these pictures, I thought...who is that first boy?? Then I realized it's Austin! He has changed the most since your last post.

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  2. So sweet! What lens were you using? I especially like the photo of Noah. Well done!

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  3. Those are some beautiful pictures, with some handsome boys! What kind of lens did you get?

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  4. I don't know much about lenses (obviously, I even spelled it wrong...it looked wrong, but I couldn't think of what to change=) I bought my camera off KSL and the guy included this lens. It's a 70-300mm.

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  5. Great pictures and adorable kids!!

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  6. Love this lens! :) I love portrait shots with blurred background.

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  7. Oh my goodness, your sons are so beautiful! They are going to be GORGEOUS when they are older!

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  8. Seriously such sweet little boys your have! Love the pictures! And don't know if you have looked at my blog... but pretty much all it is is pictures, so don't feel bad! I just need somewhere to put the bizillion pictures I take! :) And who wouldn't want to see pics of these cute boys! Hope I can to meet them all sometime soon!

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  9. what handsome little men you have, natalie! hope you all had a nice summer :)

    xo

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  10. I love those little handsome boys of yours!
    On a different note - I want to show Mike the pictures of your playroom basement. Could you guide me to the month of when you posted those???
    Thanks Natalie!

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