Friday, February 25, 2011
Ted has amazing eyes, fortunately for all of us, the girls are a spitting image of him!!! Beautiful blue eyes, that I can't resist!
This shoot was so cold ~ -20 so we only had 5 minutes, the sun was setting ~ which is what I was after...however, we caught it a little to late to get Taeya's eyes to really Pop!!! Please stay tuned...that is why the toque was purchased.....I will get the photo I'm after sooner then later ;-)
ODE to the SNAGGLE,
You have been a big part of two years,
I had offers to pull you out by my ears
You were loose when we were in Maui,
but we all waited for "holy Cowi!"
It didn't matter what I did when I bit into an apple
you always made me feel quite mellow
but alas it was your time,
and I did get more then just a dime.
you hung on with all your power
and now you will be a part of an amazing tower.
Heather and daddy are sold
because I was so incredibly BOLD!!
Please except this very special piece of our history and do not keep my tooth a mystery!!!
- Taeya I am so proud of you!!!! FINALLY after more then two years THE SNAGGLE (Aunty JOY's nickname) has been released!!!
Dad's and My favourite saying is..."EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON"!! so your tooth needed to hang in? ~ it may not make sense now...but please remember EVERYTHING ALWAYS HAPPENS FOR A REASON!!
I love you~ My beautiful Amazing Step-daughter!!! You are special beyond belief!!!
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
I thought since the frost and ice is here to stay for a while longer...I would make the best of it, and try and capture what it is that we enjoy...for the first couple of months! The frost was so thick and icy covering the bridge deck...there is something very magical about the sun glistening off of it.
The Common Duck, has the most amazing colours - although they were constantly on the go, I managed to get a few in just the right light. These photos were taken downtown at the bird sanctuary. The beak on the first duck, has been severely damaged. I love the feet on the third duck, and I couldn't leave out the female, sitting along the muddy shore line, keeping warm.