Sunday, November 29, 2009

I Heart Faces No. 3



This photo was taken in 2004. I like to think of my two youngest children, ages 6 and 5 at the time, as walking toward their sun-dappled path to a bright future. I also had photos of all four of my children walking hand in hand, but since I can enter one photo... Choices, choices.

This photo has some artistic effects added.


The I Heart Faces challenge is featuring photos from "behind" this week. (No bare ones, they promise!) 

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15 comments:

Christal said...

Cute picture! I love these shots. I love the lines and lighting of yours too!

Tomara said...

Such a sweet, sweet photo! Definitely one to cherish!

3 for Me! said...

Those types of pics are too cute! And I do love the path/road they are on:)

Life with Kaishon said...

This picture is very, very sweet! How precious! Don't they grow quickly?

Tj said...

great photo to treasure.
thanks for the visit

Buckeroomama said...

Oh, this is so pretty! I love the artistic effects you put in. :)

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

What a marvelous photo of your children walking together. Love the shadows too ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Crystal Rae said...

priceless. This is an adorable photo. I love it.

BE~ Photography said...

This is an adorable picture. I love how little they look in the scene. That is a priceless memory. Great job!

The Things We Carried said...

I like it very much!

Country Girl said...

Oh yes, nice one.

ceekay said...

Hi...thanks for stopping by. You asked about the scrolling paper. It is just a background that I got from Cutest Blog on the Block...I think. If you go to the left corner at the top of my blog and click on the words...it will take you to their site. It is very easy to put it on your blog....write if you need any other instructions....bye

Becca said...

What a cute picture!!

Gena D said...

What a gorgeous pic ... my kinda photography!

Room to Inspire said...

What a beautiful photo!

Chelsea