It’s time for some cute pictures with no seriousness involved at all. :) THANK YOU for all the support from my last post…they never get easier to write, but I feel like I can breathe better after each one, and I REALLY breathe better with everyone’s nice words! These pictures remind me of a bunch I took of Boston when he was about 18 months old, pondering life over a highchair covered in cheerios. Baker just was being cute so I kept hitting the shutter button. :)
Here Baker wants to tell you about the puppy you see to the left of him. It was given to me for Christmas in high school from Derick. :) We’d just broken up (an extremely amicable breakup, we were always close friends through the on/offs of high school love, lol), and he gave me the droopy puppy dog so I’d, “feel bad.” Ha ha ha. I did feel bad…though I didn’t need the puppy for that! (I was a funny one who was determined to not steady date just one boy for all of high school, for fun purposes really, but it was hard when you were dating the most perfect boy in the universe!! Guess that’s why we always got back together. :) Lol.)
For these next sad face pictures I may have “talked sternly” to him just so he’d pull out his pouty lip. Lol. Come on, I know I’m not the only one who does that!
In love with the ones of him and his dad. All posing was undirected. Ha ha.
Side note, I’m not terribly happy with my Mark III. :( Terrible color casts plague my life. The focus and ISO capabilities are exactly what I’d hoped, but the coloring of my photos is a big huge thumbs down. (Like all the ones above…sorta’ green.) I think it’d be great for someone who was in professional photography (especially studio) mainly, because you can control your lighting better and I don’t see problems when I’m in good lighting. Just mostly when I’m indoors in not so great stuff. Which is most of my life! Anyways, still want to do some tests, but it may be for sale…body only…we will see!