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I am a family, portrait, wedding and lifestyle photographer. The process of making people comfortable with the camera is just as much of a passion for me as is capturing the moment. It is important to me to make the photo session experience a memorable one as well. I know it's a generic statement but I am passionate about life and the urgency to document the moments as they unfold. Take time to invest in the days of your lives. Call me--I can help! I've created a "book of days" gallery on my website: www.mbgpics.com where I do that for my own life. Hopefully it showcases who I am as a person as well as as a photographer.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

it's always the simple days that make the most difference...









































..days when nothing is really happening. days when the sun isn't shining too brightly. when nothing is planned and nothing is dreamed about. days when...when you are truly living your life.

i have always been interested in and passionate about the simple days, the everyday days. sunday came around and we had nothing planned. my husband was not feeling well and decided to take a nap with our youngest son. so i bribed my older son with a ice cream cone (chocolate covered) and asked him to dress up for some photos.

i guess i pretty much have him trained by now...at the age of almost 6. his smiles are sincere and sweet. he's workin' for that cone but mostly he's happy to make mom happy. priceless.

little does he know that this simple, uneventful afternoon in his life will forever live within these photos. a day captured and categorized. forever preserved in his memory book. that is why i am so passionate about photography. there is never going to be another 'today.' what are you doing to remember it?

2 comments:

Lavender Luz said...

Wow. He is incredibly handsome. Love the tie and tennies.

And you, my friend, are very adept at getting us to see the world the beautiful way you see it.

My fave is the dancing pic. Delightful!

The Dursos said...

Wow! Aaron is so grown up!