Tuesday, January 27, 2009

A walk.

Science Class---looking for things God made.












































































































































































































































































































































































































10 comments:

Jill said...

Lord, Have mercy on me, I gotta weak in the knees when I saw the pic with Lake hugging the two big brothers. That was worth the miracle of creation right there.... love the binoculars too.

Trinity and Eddie said...

Such beautiful little boys! And a beautiful mommy too (inside and out). Hang in there!

L. Watson said...

Those are such amazing pictures, Steph! I love the one of the boys running on the path with the mountain in the background. And the one of Lake on the stones. Precious, Precious.

Alicia said...

Beautiful pics of beautiful boys! LOVE them!

Maggie said...

Such beautiful pictures!

HIS Child said...

Steph,
You have a beautiful gift in photography, it dosen't hurt that your subjects are truly precious.

Joanna said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the one of Lake with his arms on the two big boys as they look over the fence!!!!!

gillian said...

love these pictures!!!

Anonymous said...

I love the picture where Lake has his arm around him brothers while they are leaning over the rail. Precious boys! These pictures actually make me want a boy. I'm not sure what I would do with him since I have a daughter and 4 younger sisters, but the Lord would help me!
Praying for strength for you!
Selena

The Sandefurs said...

I ADORE the picture from the back of the baby with his arms around his big brothers in the sepia tone! It is one to cherish!

I am a friend of Trinity's (that's how I found you; on her side bar) and would LOVE for you to do a photo shoot of my boys when my baby gets a little older. He's only 8mo. right now; maybe when he's toddling around after his big brother!