Heather has almost all the fun photographing Alana. She does such an amazing job at it and we have so many photos of her floating around that I don’t usually think about picking up my camera to photograph her. But Heather is showing me up lately with how good her photography is getting so I thought I’d photograph Alana using a lens Heather rarely ever uses… my 70-200mm! It so heavy that it hurts her wrists if she uses it for too long.
So I took Alana out in our front yard and did a mini-photoshoot with her. She’s amazing.
Nothing in this next photograph is sharp. And I’m usually a stickler for sharp/crisp photos. But this soft photo works. Probably because we don’t see her eyes and it conveys movement. I love it!
She’s so curious right now. She runs around and says “dis? dis?” to EVERYTHING. She’s learning at an accelerated rate right now. In fact, just a few minutes ago, I took off my shoes when I came in the front door and layed them down. She came over and picked both of them up. I asked her, “Can you put them back”? She then took my shoes and walked into our bedroom and put them into Heather’s closet. Close enough. I’m teaching her well. 🙂
Here she is wanting to know what a leaf is.
My beautiful daughter. I can’t get enough of her. She’s the coolest girl around. She definitely takes after her mom.
I think I’ll have to take more pics of her. She’s growing up so fast.