Eurotrash, I love it. Such rich & vibrant backdrops to shoot! I think the 2nd to last is my fave from this set.Happy Birthday, Emily!
um, yeah. pleasant isn't what I'd say but glad you got some pics. Are you loving tea?!
Hi Molly:What a great alley...and B makes it superb! I like the "jump" sequence....when I'm over there I'll show you how to combine the jump sequence into a single, overlapping image in Photoshop. That will be fun. Can't wait til the 13th when I climb on the plane to go see you all.In Him,Granddad
Hi Baby, Just wanted to say I love your blog and am glad put some much time and effort into it. Your the best!Bearkins
What does the graffiti mean?? I want to know!! Awesome pics Molly...jealous of the tea...~HillP.S. Ditto "Bearkins" - Miss you Adam!
I was just thinking that the 2nd to last was my fav - and then I read Kelly's comment...:)You have found the most interesting and "colorful" doors! and Brennan's outfit is just the cutest!!!!!Kisses to all of you:)XXOOGrandma (mom)
Molly Winndles!Thanks for the birthday shout out! I miss havin' you here, as you are always a for-sure birthday celebrator!!! I also agree that the second-to-last shot is awesome! Hard to pick a favem though.....Missing you so much this time of year (fall is the best in the pasa-dinny)...Love,Ems
That alley never looks that colourful when I go down there, great pics - I always thought it was a horrible little street but you seem to be able to see the opportunities for good shots. Must keep an eye out for that red door - can't say I've ever seen it.
Great pics, as always! That blue door is very cool! So many colors... I love B's Pink high tops!!!! Miss You!L
baby chuck t's....too cute!
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