Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Take a Picture Tuesday: Miss Malina

I've just got to throw this out there: as much as I tell people that I didn't enjoy my high school experience (because I didn't), I want every one to know that I met some really amazing people along the way.  I think it goes without saying that the teachers, cheerleaders, cheer moms, coaches, classmates, and their parents all had a profound impact on my life at the time and I find it so wonderful that I get a note, an email, a phone call, or a message from people that I haven't had the pleasure of seeing in years. 

You're probably thinking "huh?" and so I'll explain.  I got a not from a friend of mine's mother through my blog a few weeks ago.  She informed me that her family had a new addition and wanted to know if I'd like to photograph her.  Without hesitation I jumped at the opportunity, which for so many people may seem odd but for me it just seemed right. 

Boy, was it right. 

Through this amazing woman, I was able to meet an adorable little baby named Malina as well as her loving (and creative!) family.  Her mother, father, and Godmother were all at the shoot and I had such an amazing time capturing their moments. 

They've recieved their pictures already, so I feel good in showing you all a few shots of this adorable little girl and all of the people that love her. 









3 comments:

Miss K said...

so cute! the pictures are very pretty! good job!

mom said...

I know I sent you a text to THANK YOU for the wonderful and A-MAZ-ING pictures you took of my great niece Malina...I love to look at them over and over and over again...

...but I wanted all your readers to know how AMAZING of a photographer you are....you friendly and loving personalty made the experience for my nephew and his wife so enjoyable...and memorable! I am sorry I wasn't able to be there (darn work) but I heard about it...and they loved it...even the picture of Malina and her Nina Alexandra...PRICELESS!!

Reading your blog today and the kind words you wrote brought tears to my eye...I don't think I can ever thank you enough for these precious memories...

Hey Barbie said...

She is so precious! The pictures are very well done!