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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Photography Challenge, Week 4!

Food is one of my favorite things in life.
Photography is one of my favorite things in life.
Never have these worlds collided in my life.
Week 4 of the Photography Challenge is "Dinner."
I have felt silly (to say the least) when taking up close pictures of candlesticks, teacups, and flowers.  Nothing quite compares to having a table full of hungry kiddos, everyone in a hurry to get back outside for the final moments of summer fun, and I announce, "Hold that thought, I need to take a picture of the pasta plate."
Say "huhwha?"
Just pipe down and wait, already.
I couldn't even give the evil eye when they giggled through the dinner prayer.
Laughing at their mother is one of their favorite things in life.
Angel hair pasta and garden veggies...ready for the close-up!

10 comments:

  1. Love the photo! The kids in the background is great!! The pasta looks pretty darn good, too. :)

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  2. I love that you thought this through and actually go people in it! I had such a hard time with this one.

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  3. It's a really cute photo. Like the kids are saying "come on mom we wanna eat" or What the heck is mom doin now takin pictures of our food?
    Great shot!

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  4. Great focus up front with interest in the background. Nice job.

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  5. Looks yummy!!! Lovely pictures and awesome photography.

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  6. Love the angle with the family blurred in the background! Thanks for linking up!

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  7. Great composition!! Like everyone else, I love the double story told!

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  8. Love the picture! Great job capturing the kids in the background!!

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