TheRealSharon's Blog

{September 18, 2011}   Weekly Photo Challenge:FACES

I have to say that is my favorite theme so far! I’m not a big photo taker, but when I do take them, I tend to mostly take photos of people. Especially my family. There’s just something so special about capturing moments in time with them. I really love the faces of babies and little children. The sweet smiles on their faces, the light in their eyes when they are so full of joy, even the way their front teeth may be missing. It’s all so beautiful and wonderful to me.

Here I have added a little slideshow with some great faces, a few pictures were taken by other family members, but for the most part, they were taken by me.

Please enjoy my slideshow of wonderful faces! 🙂

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(The pictures from my wedding were taken by my husband’s step mom)

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