Friday, September 19, 2008

Another Beautiful Beach Family!

Oh my goodness - I could just kiss this sweet face! Little G was so much fun during this session. Karla - I think this would look great as a close crop, too! Her hands were just too sweet to crop out!
A little tickle time at the beach! I took a lot of convincing to get Little G to hang out with the family - but she was more than willing to stay for tickles!
Little Miss G loves, loves, loves Wizard of Oz. Once she got dressed up - she was so happy! I love how much she loves that movie!
We weren't sure if she was going to like being thrown in the air - and Dad even tried it a couple times - but finally - once she got up - she had so much fun! Look at that smile!!!
While Little G. was off being The Good Witch Glenda - Mom and Dad could steal a little time for themselves. Such a beautiful couple!
What a fun session, I can't wait to get to the rest of the images. Don't forget to leave comments!


Cherron McDonald said...

The one the little girl being tossed in the air is soo adorable.

And I adore your conversions.

TheBowlingFamily said...

I also LOVE the one of the little girl being thrown in the air. The princess on is so cute too!

Shannon Kilstrom Photography said...

Cute shots, Dana! I love how happy they look in all of these. I'm also insanely jealous of your opportunities to shoot at the beach! :-)

Julie Lewis Portraits said...

Wow...these are beautiful! I love the one of them kissing, the crown and her up in the air!!

Janice said...

Beautiful captures as always! I adore the one of Dad tossing her in the air! She is a doll!

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Debbie said...

What a darling little girl, I adore these images, so fun and spontaneous!

Kim said...

Dana, Dana, Dana. Your pictures are truly the best EVER!!!!

My Love!

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