Monday, April 21, 2008

Project Green- Take 1

First, an apology. My loyal blog stalkers-mom, dad, Ivanna, Amy. I'm sorry I didn't post yesterday. I was "looking through" lots of laundry and mop water. Some days I really just have to clean! I'm back and am on to Anna's next project. There is so much green around right now that it will be hard to find something unique!



and last but not least. . . I wanted to get a picture of Olivia's beautiful green eyes today. However, you'll notice that in this picture I also got the results of a horrific bike crash. She landed straight on her beautiful little face. Heal well baby. Mommy gave you extra kisses tonight while you slept!

15 comments:

June said...

Wonderful photos...love the swirls of green! Thanks for stopping by Spatter. To answer your question, no...not a macro lens...just zoomed in.

Anna said...

Those green shots are my favorite so far! I love the angle and composition!

Thanks for seeing it for us!

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a beautiful green setting Your little girl is such a cutie

Smith Gallery Photography said...

thanks for the compliment....
currently I'm using canon gear-- a 30d (which I think they've stopped making since they've come out with the 40d) and my two favorite lens 24-70mmL and 70-200mmL.
I plan to keep checking out your blog - love that green today! the color is great!

Carletta said...

I think these were VERY unique!

Stacey Huston said...

Lacey, great photos! love the action shots of the little girl.

Robert said...

Lacey,
I'm *really* enjoying your pictures. I love the first one here. The green jumps off the page. The textures are eye catching. Greatly composed. And the third one...her expression if adorable. And the blurred green, wow. Wonderful work here. I can't wait to see what you come up with next. (No pressure. Haha)

christy said...

These are completely beautiful! I love your style and how wonderfully you've done portraits of children!

Your husband's double PhD sounds right up my alley -- I'm triple majoring for undergrad, would love to go for two master's degrees, and probably will end up with a PhD if I decide to pursue a career in academia. Thus, I have lots of books around as well!

I'll definitely be stopping by your blog again!

Anna said...

Love the pictures for Project Green! The little girl is absolutely adorable!

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

I am wowed by your motion photos. Those are just amazing!! All your photos are great though.

david mcmahon said...

G'day Lacey,

Thanks for the visit and the great comment. This first frame is amazing in composition and visualisation.

Loved the ``Looking Thru'' shot taked thru the spectacle lenses. You have the gift of creativity.

Anything I can do to help you, just let me know .....

david mcmahon said...

PS: As a father of three, I have to say - please tell us your daughter is better now ....

eGandalf said...

At least she's still able to smile!
I really love the motion shots.

Mark said...

The panning shots are amazing. I've never managed to capture panning shots that good.

Elizabeth said...

Is she her mother's daughter or what? You know I love those green eyes!!!