Friday, May 29, 2009

Kid Post

ivy-seven
It was hot here today, like 31 degrees, so I took the kids down to the beach to cool off after supper. Of course I dragged the camera along and took some photos. There wasn't much going on down at Rotary Beach, so I just got pictures of them to add to the collection. Here are a bunch of them, in addition to some from the past week or so:

ella-laugh

ezra-cold

ivy-violin

8 comments:

Kaili said...

I absolutely LOVE the last shot of Ivy! SO nice!
It was nice bumping into your guys at the market this morning. Missed you all at the beach this evening though!

Jeremy said...

Thanks Kaili. Great to see you guys at the market too. We stopped at Powell on the way home and then never made it off the yard later...must have been gorgeous there, though.

BobbyRisigliano said...

I will coin the picture of Ezra to be called. "Attack of the 700Lbs Soggy Diaper"

Jeremy said...

ha! It was clean, but soaked up a *lot* of lake water. I'm going to say seven pounds worth.

Marj said...

That shot of Ivy is breathtaking. What a gorgeous kid and what a fabulous photographer you are!Wow.

Jeremy said...

You're too kind, Marj. High praise from a real photographer. Not that I'm disagreeing with your take on that photo -- it's one my all-time favourites.

Marj said...

Honestly, some of your photos haunt me...Tan in the birthing pool, kids reading in bed, Ez yelling and Ella under the table (ha), horses running... and now this one. I am inspired to take more and better pics. You really are my favourite photographer. Spending time reading the manual and then resetting the old D200 has really helped me lately. I'm looking forward to seeing you soon!

Jeremy said...

I've been too busy blushing to respond to this, Marj. But thanks again! You're encouragement has been most helpful over the years.

Cool that you're digging into the manual...these cameras are like little supercomputers already. It would take years to figure out all the possibilities. I'm finally (a year later) learning some tricks that are helping me get better photos with my dslr.