Posted on July 14, 2011
A different kind of evening walk. After visiting my dad (who happens to live too far in the country for our likes, but has the benefit of passing through beautiful spots to play and take photos), we saw some gorgeous sun light washing over these fields filled with wildflowers and I knew we had to stop for some photos. I rarely go anywhere without my camera bag, always have the tripod in the car and just happened to be wearing decent clothes (who cares that I hadn’t even brushed my hair that morning, and had been wearing those clothes for two days in a row??). I absolutely adore all the shots I have of me nursing my girl. I even have a little photo album I created of me and Addie, called We Love to Nurse … nursing everywhere from airplanes to sitting inside a wagon on the sidewalk (because we couldn’t even get to the park two blocks away most days without needing to have a little mommy snuggles and nursies time). <3 And, yes, Scott was there too but didn't get in many of the photos for once ... some shots of me and the girls were taken with the tripod and remote, some were my "voice command walking tripod." I get all the settings right, point the camera in exactly the right spot for the composition I want and then yell, "Do NOT move and do NOT touch any of my settings ..." Then get into place and yell, "Okay, now!" LOL!
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