I found these pics on the camera when cleaning out the memory card, some pretty shots that I totally did not recognize. The kids finally IDed them as the local Botanical Gardens some time this summer, and with that I remembered Luc carring around the camera, taking dozens of shots. Sometimes he takes forty blurry pictures of the cat and I have to spend fifteen minutes deleting them lest my overburdened hard-drive seize up and die. He gets the giggles and can’t stop shooting. But other times, he’s got such a good eye. I’ve written several posts over the years about his camera work, it will be interesting to see the progression as he grows up.
Anyway, there were some real lovelies in this group. Look and see….
And then there was this one he took of me. I rarely like pictures of myself, but this one is nice. I like the motion of the vines behind me.
I showed this post to him before it went live and he hugged me with his skinny little boy arms and said “you’re my flower, mommy.”
There’s something in my eye, okay?
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today's yoga practice
June 16, 2013 | 10:10 am
Primary to supta konasana. Long stay in baddha and uphavista, then ollapse. i feel so winded today!
June 16, 2013 | 10:09 am
June 16, 2013 | 10:08 am
yin yoga again. lazy yoga.
June 13, 2013 | 2:19 pm
Primary to Janu B and then I ran out of time. Better than nothing, I guess.
June 11, 2013 | 11:09 am
Primary to navasana. Chatted with Luc about his favorite show for the second half, so breathing and focus were zilch. But mama/little boy time is worth it.
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