Friday, September 28, 2012

Life Stories: Little Builder | Clear Lake Family Photographer

It is hard to believe it, but we have actually made it 12 whole months.  I finally completed a photo project from start to finish.  I am so glad that I did this too.  It reminded me to pick up my camera every month and capture the mundane and the not so mundane.  It is fun to look back over a snippet of the year and see how the kids have changed and just how much fun we've had.

So this month I bring you, the Little Builder.  He spends hours in the garage with spare boards and nails and screws putting together "projects".  The other day he discovered This Old House on PBS.  He was mesmerized.  His brother and sister most definitely were not.  After all, it was cartoon time. 

He collects screws, bolt, and nails.  He squirrels away bits of wood.  He even used his own money to buy a tool box and "real" tools.  So here he sits happy and content amongst his projects.  :)  Love him so much!


So the best part about the Life Stories series is that it doesn't' have to end here.  Click on to Lux Amoris for Jen's beautiful story, and follow the circle of great photographers and their life stories.

11 comments:

  1. I love how intently he is concentrating on his "project".

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  2. Absolutely STUNNING use of light. Gorgeous. I don't think I could love this more!

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  3. love this!!! love the light! it will be interesting to see if his love for building continues to grow as he grows up!!

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  4. I am in love with this image, Kathleen. It's gorgeous. Seriously just complete art. What a gift for your son.

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  5. BEAUTIFUL! Your light is so gorgeous here.

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  6. I literally just GASPED at this shot! The lighting and everything is just to die for! You rock.

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  7. you know how much I love this shot!

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  8. So awesome. I can not wait to hear how he grows with his projects. Sounds like he has a gift!

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  9. This is BEAUTIFUL! The light and your b&w is amazing! AMAZING! I loved reading about his projects!

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