Thanks Samer. I did try to have her remove the necklaces, but that wasn't happening.:smile:
Thanks Mike!sweet and very engaging.
Thanks for the kind words Gale. :smile:She is so cute:>))
Thank you Sarah. You are probably right! I tried to have her take it off but she was having none of that. Really I'm just glad she was willing to pose that day. She was uncharacteristically patient so we were able to get some nice stuff.I know we all want to have great pics and these sure are. Why take away her neckalce just so the pic is not so busy. Years down the road she won't look at the pic and say "Man I wish I wouldn't have wore that necklace it makes the pic so busy" She will remember having a great time getting her pic taken!!:smile:
Thanks Alex.Lovely pics. Well done.
Thanks Laura.to tell you the truth, i don't really like 'kid' photos because I'm not big on kids. but these and the others you posted are SOOOO great!! its just wow.
Thanks Frits - really I don't have much printed out. I need to get around to doing that.Two more beauties!
You are going to run out of wall space!!
Thanks Gordon!Both are good but love the second one.
Thanks Shekhar.Simple yet very beautiful ... and actually I do like the necklace around her neck. Makes the picture a little more interesting. The cream machine certainly lives up to its reputation!
Thanks Mitchell. Madison is four. I sent you a PM about the park.Fred, that second one is really lovely. Nice how you handled that background.
How old is Madison?
Which park is this? My parents live in Princeton Junction. I'm always looking for settings like this when I visit them.