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1.27.2011

Yes, you heard correctly. Today I was on a picture taking high. Let me explain. For the past few weeks I've been unmotivated in my photography life. I didn't even feel the urge to take my camera out of the bag. I'm positive this was because of the dull winter weather. A miracle occurred this morning, a huge glorious ball of light rose above the horizon. I was thrilled. There's nothing that makes photography more enjoyable for me than having an endless supply of light at my disposal. I was undeniably satisfied with the series of captures I ended up with. And so its time for some serious blogging. I'm probably exceeding the limit for the amount of photos on one post. Please bare with me as I gush.

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It was like seeing nature for the first time. I can only imagine how I appeared; leaning so close to the ground to capture those macroscopic plants, practically skipping across the leafy wet ground with pure joy. Seeing the slightest tint of green threw me into a loop of excitement. Please tell me I'm not the only one who's awaiting springtime.

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E and S walked with me, constantly asking me to take their picture. This isn't something they usually do. Most of the times I have to bribe them with candy ask very nicely just to get a presentable photo. That long camera-deprived time period seemed to work magic on them. Their chocolate eyes could seriously melt hearts. {I'm entering this first one in Carlotta's weekly challenge.}

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Hodge was just as excited to see me using my camera once again. His tail straightened like a board, let his tongue fly out the side of his mouth and sprinted around me. In most of these, he looks like a blur. I was lucky if he even ended up in the frame at all. But for some reason, I'm in love with each and every one. He is undoubtedly the definition of ecstasy.

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Ha. Couldn't resist throwing these two in. These are just a few of Hodge's treasures you'll find in our front yard.

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9 comments:

  1. Everything about this post is absolutely beautiful. So glad you had a nice day with your camera!

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  2. Beautiful photos! :)
    I'm so glad you decided to take out your camera.

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  3. I know how it feels to feel unmotivated to take pictures sometimes, but I'm glad the sunshine got you inspired again, because these pictures are great!! :) I LOVE the 3rd one, and the kids are SO adorable! :)

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  4. beautiful. Glad you're back!

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  5. You are so beautiful : ) and you know how I feel about those children! Just as perfect as can be!

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  6. AHHH, these are gorgeous!
    and YES YES YES. i can't wait for spring.. one can only take so many pictures of dead plants before it gets old.... haha :P
    we don't have any green here yet.. but you've inspired me to look for some! haha :)

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  7. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Looking through yours and I absolutely love your pictures. Can't wait to see more.

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  8. Love your pictures, they are so beautiful. I found your post on I heart faces. I just started doing more photography tutorials and photo sharing on my blog. I am always looking for writers and of course people who want to follow and share their images on my linky! Come join the fun :)

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  9. Hi there! Glad to meet a teenager in the iheartfaces challenges! I have to admit, I've fallen in love with your blog. S&E and Hodge are so cute! Looking forward to reading your posts in the future...Liv

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