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Her own little world

By Adeena Pentland …read more Source: Light Inspired Everyday post  Aperture: ƒ/3.5  | Camera: Canon EOSView full post »

Quiet conversation

By Adeena Pentland …read more Source: Light Inspired Everyday post  Aperture: ƒ/5.6  | Camera: Canon EOSView full post »

Her face

Seriously, her expression kills me.  I told her it wasn’t her day for a picture, but she snuck in anywayView full post »

Twirl

By Adeena Pentland …read more Source: Light Inspired Everyday post  Aperture: ƒ/5  | Camera: Canon EOS 7DView full post »

toes | the Selfie Creativity Challenge

By Adeena Pentland My five kids and I. …read more Source: Take Twenty-Two post  Aperture: ƒ/4  | Camera:View full post »

Some flowers

It’s that time!  The monthly blog link up for Clickin Moms. The theme for this month was Shallow Depth of FieldView full post »

Melts me

 Aperture: ƒ/3.5  | Camera: Canon EOS 7D  | Focal length: 28mm  | ISO: 640  | Shutter speed: 1/400s  |View full post »

Strut and run

 Aperture: ƒ/1.8  | Camera: Canon EOS 7D  | Focal length: 50mm  | ISO: 200  | Shutter speed: 1/View full post »

Come out already!

New nephew in three… two… one…  Aperture: ƒ/4  | Camera: Canon EOS 7D  | Focal length: 35mmView full post »

Freckles

I love them.  🙂  Aperture: ƒ/4.5  | Camera: Canon EOS 7D  | Focal length: 28mm  | ISO: 400  | ShutterView full post »

Good to the last drop

Unmannerly to lick your plate or bowl?  How else do you get the last drop of goodness.  😉  She comes by itView full post »

Admiring himself

He’s twelve.  And was a-okay with a muscle shot.  Especially when he could check himself out in the mirrorView full post »

His muscles

He’s proud of them.  😉    Aperture: ƒ/3.5  | Camera: Canon EOS 7D  | Focal length: 42mm  | View full post »

Relaxed

He’s a Jack Russell. Energy is his middle name. But the rare sunny winter day that gives us sunbeams into theView full post »

Button

She came in the room laughing, shirt pulled up. “Look at my belly, mommy!  Look at it!” So I did.  🙂  View full post »

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