The splayed toes. The look on his face. The hair. We’ve always said that Tyler has “my” hair. Wayward, easier to take care of short. This cowlick that will not quit. Kids. I think we have more pictures of Tyler because when he was a baby, I was just working. I wasn’t putting in 5 hours a week studying, 10 hours travelling, 20 hours in class and another 20 hours at work. I wasn’t writing novels every month, editing for friends and being a crazy, crazy person. My fave shots of Sir Tyler.
The hair. Ty is only a few weeks old here and look at the mess of hair. Yup, I have the same mess of hair. The toes. Priceless. The face. I want to know what he’s thinking. And he’s with Tante Jules which warms my heart. Who gave him his 1st ever baby bottle in the hospital. Good memories.
Can you say Gerber baby? The cheeks. The blue eyes. The expression. Perfect. That’s Tyler, the 1st nephew. Going blonde.
One of my favorite pictures because it’s Tyler and Memere. It’s nice to catch those moments and when he’s older he will be able to look back with fondness.
I love taking the camera off that “auto” setting and playing with the different settings. At 1st, I was wary. It’s wonderful with digital you can practice all you want! In the day of film, 24 pictures and a day later, you could look at your photographs and see if you did a good job. Now, instant gratification. I had just gotten my Rebel (see how cool that sounds?) and was working on getting a blurred background and a sharp image of my subject. I took this with my 70-300 zoom, on the marco setting, of all things. Standing far, far away from active kids can allow you to get some great, fun and rather decent shots. As long as you can stay steady.
That’s my post for now! What are some of your fave shots? Leave a link in the comments!