Life in Black and White – Feb 2014

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One of Gavin’s favorite places to play is inside the empty bird houses outside.  They are like giant cubbies with doors.  The perfect place for a toddler to play hide and seek.

This post is part of a year long blog circle on Black and White photography.  Please check out Jen Reynolds fabulous blog next.

About Melissa

I live in the high desert outside of Los Angeles in southern California with my 14-year-old daughter and my 6 yr old son. I love to help people, which is why I am a teacher! I find so much joy in helping others create a life they love. This little blog is about food. Growing it, cooking it and eating it! I hope it inspires you to try something new and stretch yourself!

12 comments on “Life in Black and White – Feb 2014

  1. This makes me smile! Great job capturing his glee.

  2. I love the contrast in this one and that sweet smile!!

  3. He is so adorable! I love his huge smile here. 🙂

  4. LOVE his expression! A-dorable!!!

  5. What joy you’ve captured here! Your conversion works so well, and the light on his face is so pretty.

  6. adorable! love his smile and expression – really sweet 🙂

  7. Cute! Cute! His smile is so contagious – it put a grin on my face! Lovely lighting too!

  8. His expression is priceless! I love the contrast in your conversion

  9. Melissa, he is adorable! Pure joy from those eyes and smile 🙂

  10. He looks like he is having!!!

  11. Pingback: Life in Black & White – February {North Vancouver Photographer} » © Felicia Chang Photography 2014 | | North Vancouver Family-Newborn-Baby-School Portrait & Fine Art Photographer

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