Sunday, January 30, 2011

Lovin' It, Sepia Style

Ooh, it seems like ages since i've done a Blog This! challenge ( even though i actually write for the blog...oops! ). So i thought this week seemed like as good a week as any to get back aboard the challenge train, and seeing is this week is a photo challenge it could be easier! Whats the brief?
Share your favourite sepia photo with the world.


Your photo can be of anything, just keep in sepia tones!


Thats one of the photos we had taken when Flynn was 3 months old ( almost, nearly, a year ago! ). Even though it turned out he was running a fever and THATS why he wouldnt stop crying, i like this picture, with his big brown eyes, his little squishy lips and his fat chubby hands. Sure, he looks sad, but it was essentially a good day and the first professional photos ( my friend is professional photography, and was just starting up her business - we were like her guinea pigs! ) we had taken of him. Oh Flynny - i cant believe you used to be that small!

11 comments:

  1. I know it's cliched, but he looks like an old soul. Lots of wisdom in those beautiful eyes. Lovely photo.

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  2. Look at how small he was there..where did the time go??
    I love his big brown eyes, they have so much to say even at that age :)

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  3. Lovely cute photo Amy! You're lucky you have a professional photographer are a friend!

    I discovered your 'blog this' post and loved it - I was so surprised ... I actually found it just before your comment, because I was wondering why my stats were up for the day before I posted?! and checked the referring sites. I'm going to check out the other blogs too.

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  4. That is lovely - they change so much in just 12 months, don't they?!

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  5. Aw, he's so cute! What a lovely photo!

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  6. Gorgeous :) Its amazing how much babies grow. Cherish every moment.

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