Saturday, May 7, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday--Perfect Innocence



Light and dark shadows
Play on angel's perfect face
Innocence shines through

22 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Perfect is right! What a sweet-faced little girl!

Genie said...

I am in love with this series. She is the most adorable child...so photogenic.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwww, melts my heart these photos do...such a sweet, sweet face and smile. And the nearly platinum blond hair reminds me of my kids long long long ago.

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My link above, if you care to pay me a visit. Have a great Sunday!!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Oh, even innocent angels can be seductive, can't they? :)

I HAD A LITTLE SHADOW
(With apologies to Robert Louis Stevenson)

I had a little shadow
No bigger than my thumb;
I took him to the meadow
And there I gave him rum.

My drunken little shadow
Did weave and bob and pitch;
He stumbled from the meadow
And fell into a ditch!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


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CherryPie said...

She is beautiful, lovely photos :-)

Joan said...

Cute!

helenmac said...

Face and photo -- both perfectly beautiful!

Kelly said...

Awww... what a precious subject for your shadow shot!

Dimple said...

Wonderful portraits of a lovely young lady. Well done!

I also enjoyed your posts from the botanical gardens...each statue brings long buried almost-memories to mind.

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shadows Mickie!

My shadow shots, please come and see. Thanks!

Ralph said...

The hair has a platinum blonde glow, the perfect angel looking like one, too. The innocence just flows from her beauty an d shy smile. Precious, she is a divine beauty as the sun and shadows frame her face wonderfully...

becky said...

Hi Mickie,
Happy Mother's Day to you! Your granddaughter is adorable :)
Thanks for stopping by my blog, too. :)

jo©o said...

What lovely summery portraits.
You lucky thing: having such a sweet girl to play with.

EG Wow said...

If kids could only stay that cute a tad bit longer than they do. Very sweet!

Christine said...

It's obvious in your photos that you are a very smitten and happy grandmother, Mickie. Isn't it wonderful?

cat said...

Just like Hootin' Anni, my first response was a big "Awwwwwwwwwww". Too cute :)

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Mickie,

Oh!!! She's so beautiful. I love how your pics show different sides of her too. Happy Mother's Day, and I love your bridge photos too.

Thanks for sharing with us, Mickie!

Hugs,

Kathy M.

stardust said...

How adorable! Really an angel in disguise.

LauraX said...

What an exquisite beauty-like an angel...I miss my daughter's when they were little like this, with their blond hair in the sunlight and their fairy grins. Sometimes when they are sleeping, even now as teenagers, I get a glimpse of their innocent toddler faces, even infant faces when they relax....but I wouldn't trade the young women they are becoming for an anything....I love them as much or more now than ever. Still, there is something so magical about that little girl joy.

Icy BC said...

Hope you had a great Mother's Day! Sweet looking little girl..

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Hi again....it's Thursday, and I'm trying to catch up on yesterday's comments left for me. I just wanted to say thank you in a big way for your sweet anniversary comment and your happy wishes. I also made a small token graphic for my appreciation...on the top portion of my blog entry for the day!!

My Thursday Theme Song Link

Chrissy said...

I am catching up over the weeks photos and blogs ~ what a pretty little one :-)