my doll portrait studio
I think my daughter has finally had it. She is tired of me taking her photos.
When I wanted to practice with my studio lighting and my manual focus lens this evening, I had to use dolls and toys.
|I wanted to get obsessive about her wig flyaways in editing, but decided not to go that far.|
|(Looks like Grumpy Cat and I thought it was funny.)|
|Forest Princess was excited about her photo opp, but Viking Girl wasn't pleased.|
I feel like I should say something else, so it's not all "Hey, look at my toys."
Summer has not been the misery that I dread it to be for a year beforehand. We've been pretty comfortable. There's been rain like we haven't seen since 2007, and working a/c. Business is good. We're well.
I created a Facebook page for this blog. I can't tell you how often I almost delete it, though. Using that website is like signing away forever any right to any privacy, and it creeps me out. Just like using a blog service owned by Google. I guess between Google and Facebook they know my every move and thought anyway.
My dominique hens are laying little tiny eggs now. I clipped their wings today.
The kids beat their "Kirby's Epic Yarn" game, but that doesn't stop J from obsessing about playing it.
Been thinking a lot lately about church; maybe there's a post for that coming soon.