young humans

  • Posted May 28, 2007 by Julia Gotz Viewed 5526 times
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Even with some lack of focus, I'm very happy with these pictures, and grateful to the parent who permitted me to take them.

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      2007.06.03 Edited

      the light reflecting off the outline of their bodies & the way you framed them is great.

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      Jon
      2007.05.30 Edited

      so natural ... you have captured the innocence of youth

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      2007.05.30 Edited

      the more look like naked monkeys... geez! isn't mother nature just the cutest producer of wonderful beings?

      p.s. delete? ;-)

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      2007.05.30 Edited

      the 3rd one is awesome...but I certainly love all of them!

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      2007.05.29 Edited

      fantastic set! these are great a ta true reminder of our carefree childhood days!

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      2007.05.29 Edited

      The whole set is delightful.....but I agree about E10. It's my favorite also!

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      2007.05.29 Edited

      Great set. I love reminders like this of how free we once lived. Then we get older and wiser (?) and much more up tight. The worries of the world begin to weigh us down and squeeze the enjoyment from life. Photography is one of the ways I "live free" again. It is a creative, expressive and enjoyable outlet.
      Thanks Julia...these are great!

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      2007.05.29 Edited

      I'm inspired by this set.

      bebe... you're right.... life is not a dress rehearsal!

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      2007.05.29 Edited

      Yes, my favorite too. I was going to post just that one, but I didn't have enough restraint. If only the top of his right hand had been in the frame!