Sunday, September 25, 2011

Of Sunflowers, Old Photos, And Little Sisters

There is this really, really cool field just full of sunflowers a few miles away from our house.  My mom wanted me to take Faith and Laurel out there to get some pictures of them--sounds easy enough, right?  Ha!  Wrong!  The biggest problem was that they didn't smile.  Apparently Faith doesn't know how to smile, at least that's what she told me.  Laurel just didn't want to settle down--she was ridiculous!













The flowers were beautiful!!


Also in this post, I'm linking up to Emily Grace's photography challenge 'Growth'.



This picture is actually from two years ago, but since I was taking pictures of sunflowers, I thought, "hey, why not?"

And now this year's:

I think it's a billion times better. :)

Hope you like the photos, I love comments, so comment!  Please?!?

God bless.

11 comments:

mary ann said... [Reply]

these are so adorable! and the light is so pretty!

Eve said... [Reply]

I love the chair idea! And the last photo is REALLY nice! :)

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Fantastic pictures...you just keep getting better and better!!

Emily Grace said... [Reply]

Beautiful photos, Brooke! The lighting and expressions on their faces are wonderful. =D

Thanks for linking up. =)

Brennah said... [Reply]

Lovely, as always!

Adeline said... [Reply]

Really Beautiful!=)

Brooke said... [Reply]

Thanks everybody. :)

Vera said... [Reply]

These photos are gorgeous! Wonderful location!

Hope Ruebke said... [Reply]

Ah!!!! I love them!!!!!!! So beautiful! Well done Brooke :D

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Simply put, you are AMAZING Brooke! Thank you for sharing your talent and creativity with me! You truly are gifted! :D

Love You!
~Catt

Brooke said... [Reply]

Thanks, Catt! Love you!! :*

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