Sunday, July 8, 2012

Early Evening Photoshoot!


A slight snarl...
or maybe a pout...
ahh, a pretty smile braces and all....

strolling sisters.....
looking for shells...
We took our grand-daughters to the beach last evening, a few props in tow! The extreme heat and humidity rendered the beach still very much inhabited, people just trying to cool down! It was a gorgeous evening, the waves perfectly sized, smells of salt air and a slight breeze to cool one off! Seagulls, scavenging the beach for the slightest morsel of food left behind.
The girls were happy for the most part and I love to capture them in their natural state of play, calling them back to focus every once in awhile. 
Above is 13 year old Hannah, who of course didn't like her hair etc., etc. 
She is such a doll my sweet Hannah Rose, her inner swan about to emerge! Her Princess Pout-Alot days, not over by a long-shot though, she is just so darn cute, pout and all! 




 

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27 comments:

Butterbean Row said...

Rosemary,

these are just so lovely...kind of ethereal. I love your processing...kind of vintage feel that we were studying at Kim Klassen's Beyond Layers this week. Just gorgeous...I can't say enough!

♥charlotte

Danielle said...

She will so treasure these photos as she grows out of that 'pout' stage!! She is beautiful as you so captured in your photos.

hootnonny said...

I see those looks often! What a beauty. Love the composition. My four granddarlings are here and I've yet to take a pic...they are way too busy!

Lisa Gordon said...

Rosemary, these are absolutely gorgeous photographs. She is just beautiful, and I am sure she will treasure these.
I love the wonderful softness and tones in each of these.

Happy Sunday to you!

xo.

Rosemary Aubut said...

Thank you!

kkkkaty said...

Oh, how sweet and pretty they are!! You captured them strolling as sisters on the beach and ready to pose for the camera, too! I must get some of my grandchildren before the summer is over!!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Adorable girls. I love that name, Hannah Rose. Also digging the hat and scarf. Nice touch!

missing moments said...

such a beauty! And that last photo is so beautiful of her in the waves! So frameable!

Nancy Claeys said...

Amazing captures, Rosemary. Those girls are going to be model material in no time flat. Gorgeous!

Pammie Jane said...

BEAUTY AT IT'S BEST-
WHAT PRICELESS TREASURES---
ISN'T IT A NEW LOOK AT LIFE OR DEJAVU OF THE PAST - AN HONOR TO POSSESS :-)
-PAM

thecoalminerandme.com said...

Beautiful photography. I love the braces!

Roxanne Reinhart said...

I love your photos!! I love the how you have edited them. I love her hat and scarf and those eyes....oh..those eyes are amazingly gorgeous. Great job!!

Deborah said...

such a beautiful young woman! and your captures are fabulous!

prideinphotos.com said...

I love looking at other grandchildren's photos. It is my favorite subject!!
Laurie @ Pride in Photos

Cottage and Broome said...

I love the strolling sisters so sweet. They never like their hair, I tried to iron mine stick straight when I was that age. Thanks for stopping by, Laura

Clairejustine said...

Great shots :)

Minoru said...

How beautiful they are! I looked your former blog photos. They are great1

Tito Eric said...

Lovely photographs! The 4th pic is my favorite.

TexWisGirl said...

i love the girls strolling in the water! so great!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

My favourite is your last photo, somewhat dreamy.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

You are creating very special memories not to mention some outstanding photography... but hey! look at what you have to work with, your grand girls are beautiful so it makes for a perfect shoot.

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Lovely Grand daughters. Great photos you took. Thanks for your comments on my blog posts. I enjoy your visits too.

Barb said...

She's beautiful and your processing is dreamy!

Ewa Kelly-Miksa said...

beautiful Girls!

Madge Bloom said...

Love your shot! Sorry I'm late visiting so late to thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #38... I've not been feeling well.

JulieF said...

the looking for shells could be a painting - as a matter of fact, I swear that picture is reminscent of some painting I've seen somewhere. My mother is Betsy Brogioli and she told me to visit your site - you take beautiful photos!

Jennifer said...

I love these seaside portraits of your granddaughters Rosemary!

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