Friday, September 19, 2008

Moving right along here....

Meanwhile, life goes on around here. Poor Ruthie-4. Her top tooth got knocked out when she was two, and now the bottom one got stuck in a very hard apple. Two visits from the tooth fairy already, and she's not even five. She's going to be rich!
And I commissioned Allie-15 to take some more photos for my black and white snapshot wall:

Half of the pictures she took are from odd angles, VERY close up, or are not centered in the frame. I'm so used to taking photographs the "right" way, but I love the way they turned out. It's good to get a new perspective sometimes, isn't it?

9 comments:

Cassandra @ Tripping Around The Sun said...

She looks like she will make a great photographer. I L-O-V-E candid, odd angled black and white photos! They seem to capture soemthing that a formal studio picture doesn't.

On a total different note, I am still "chewing" on a lot of the things you said in an email to me a few weeks ago and God is just using your words, and a few others, to break through my thick noggin. You are a major bloggy blessing. :)

Andrea said...

Katherine is a GEM. =) I agree with Cassandra.

I love these black and white photos.

Beck said...

Those pictures are WONDERFUL. And poor wee Ruthie and her teeth problems!

blessedwith5 said...

YOU HAVE A BLOGGY AWARD - COME ON BY AND GET IT!!!

HUGS GIRL!

Susanne said...

As long as the close ups aren't of the nostril hairs or the tonsils I really like the off center and different angles of pics that kids take. Good job, Allie!

julie said...

What cute pictures. I love when they are off centered and not quite "perfect".

Julie

Jen said...

She should take a photography class she does good work.

Sherri@NoiseOverload said...

Beautiful black and white picutres! I love and miss you all!

Sherri

Fuschia said...

Hmmmm...the Lord has lately been speaking to me about perspectives.
This is what He said (it's kind of one of those you have to really think about), "When your perspective changes, your perspective will change."
Just thought I'd share.

And...the photos are soooo great!