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I love my camera...

Ok, bear with me, I'm going to be a bit camera obsessed for a while I think...

Laura and her boys came over today for a trip to the park amongst other things, and I got some lovely shots of all the boys... Here are some of my favourites from today...









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Juniper said…
OMG, I love these pix Sif, keep them coming!

I love the one of your two boys in the tube - I have one similar with my kids and their cousin that I am considering framing. I will try to find it and put it on *my* blog!!!

Fab pix!
Sif said…
Yeah, LOL, see the filthy look on Luey's face, he wasn't at all happy about Erik hopping in too...

The next shot in that sequence is of Luey starting to hop out of the tube, rofl!
Shae said…
Gorgeous!!!
Rae said…
Oh lovely lovely. I'd be happy with a week's worth of posts full of photos!! Great camera you manifested there! I love the hat Kaeden's wearing too. :)
Bin Mitch's Mum said…
Awwww... So many gorgeous boys in one place!! How did you handle it??
loz said…
Aww aren't they awesome photos:D Our boys are just the cutest :D
casso said…
That last photo is SO cute! Something about the texture of woollen clothes that makes me feel all snuggly and happy inside.

And *snap* on the camera. If you're anything like me with my blog you'll start posting like CRAZY now!

Happy birthday Bryn boy!
Cheers, Cass
Cabrissi said…
I'm stalking you now! ;-)

Great shots of the boys! You have a very photojournalistic style, which I really like as it captures the candid emotions of the moment so nicely! You can be as photo obsessed as you like if you keep getting shots like these!

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