Posts Tagged ‘cute

06
Jan
16

100 Happy Days Redux: Day 83

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Kalea is so stinkin’ cute that it’s hard to get mad at her, even when she decides to upend a bowl of mini-mandarin oranges on my desk so that she can play soccer.

January 3, 2016
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24
Sep
13

Project 365 – Day 267

Sir Spotacus the Nosy
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29
Mar
13

Project 355 – Day 87

Oliver

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06
Mar
13

Project 365 – Day 65

Sleeping kitty (a.k.a why I should not visit Petland)

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08
Jan
13

Project 365 – Day 8

Double dose of pet antics

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17
Sep
10

Capturing emotion

I like to watch the person viewing my photographs to see if their eyes twinkle or cloud with tears. Does the smile sneek out when they were not expecting it to. Then I know I have captured emotion that can be shared. – Marsha Cairo

I got this quote through the PhotoQuotes.com feed on Facebook. It captures what I think most photographers, including myself, want from our craft. We can work on the technical aspect of photography until we’re blue in the face, but it’s the evocation of emotion that makes a great photo.

Little Miss Autumn

Okay, so maybe it’s not the greatest photo from my collection, but it’s one that always gets a reaction. Autumn is cute, when she’s not being a diva. And I think I managed to capture that mix of being adorable and being prissy at the same time.

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