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Family photographer in action;)
There is “thing” on this planet that kids absolutely love. And that is to come and visit animal farm;) Let’s be honest, we all love it, regardless of age. And it’s meant t o be good and healthy for us;) . There is that many good reasons to be around animals and it is not not always possible to have a pet at home, so Sam Moore Open Farm could be a good enough answer to the need for being around these creatures. Now, weatherwise: Yes, it was a middle of the day and it was hard enough to take photographs when sun is at its highest, but when we have no option to choose the time with softer light, then we aim for the good fun pictures in the middle of it all. And kids always find their way to entertain themselves and one another. So I just followed;) So in return, I have seen many happy faces. Tractors, pigs, chickens, horses, rabbits and … an ostrich? 😉 Very enjoyable day for this beautiful 2year old girl and her brother and little friends;) Happy Birthday!
Thank You for having me;) I am delighted I could capture all these precious moments for You;)
… and here please take a look at Mary’s beautiful art work. Truly stunning pieces! I have seen it with my own eyes;)
When digging trough the internet, I have come across this page😉 Here are some of the 20 reasons I find most interesting: 1. Budding fashion designers always have a muse;) 2) Finding a parner in cuddling crime is a non – issue when a furry friend s around 3) No kid would have to be faced with an itch they couldn’t reach
.. and since I love sharing quotes, here is something for today: “What is home? My favorite definition is “a safe place,” a place where one is free from attack, a place where one experiences secure relationships and affirmation. It’s a place where people share and understand each other. Its relationships are nurturing. The people in it do not need to be perfect; instead, they need to be honest, loving, supportive, recognizing a common humanity that makes all of us vulnerable.”
― Gladys M. Hunt,