12 October 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Photo Shoot

Bash Bish mosaic

I was calling out to her "think about your teacher, think about me, think about your cats" - she hammed it up all the way through.

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Later, she got bored.

And why yes, she was out in the woods in a purple skirt, pink tights and hiking boots.

14 comments:

Marty said...

Bored or not, she is a beauty. :)

jo(e) said...

What great shots! The bright outfit really works well against the rocks. And I just love her eyes in the "bored" shot. She's beautiful.

InTheFastLane said...

What great shots!
And my oldest...up until the time she was about 10, refused to wear any clothes that did not have pink or purple or flowers in it somewhere...she had purple flowered boots, 12 years ago, when those were hard to find. I don't know where she came from.

Mary G said...

How beautiful. The photos and her eyes. As for the pink tights, why not!

leanne said...

What the others said about your daughter's eyes... gorgeous.

And now that my daughter (who is 3) is picking out her own clothes more, I appreciate such fashion choices. Pretty and practical. (actually, I do love seeing what my daughter will decide to put together on any given day.)

YourFireAnt said...

Lovely lovely lovely beautiful child.

x

Anna ~ Random Handprints said...

beautiful photos! and i agree, just 'cause you're hiking doesn't mean you can't rock a purple skirt and pink tights.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Lovely--she has gorgeous skin.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Also? Something about her hand and wrist looks quite grownup (the one on the boulder).

mayberry said...

Oh, I love the bored one!

yogurt said...

The one where she is raising her hand. Definitely. And I love the purple/pink colors. Is that a real background? I guess it is. The bored photo captures her eyes in a way that is stunning, captivating.

Murr Brewster said...

She's gorgeous. Although, as far as I can tell, pink and purple are mandatory at that age. They don't even sell other colors.

slouchy said...

these are fabulous.

Maggie May said...

Awesome shots, and what a girl!