Monday, September 28, 2009

I Heart Faces: Blue





As you can see, I'm back in the blogging saddle again after taking a week off to recover from Road Trip 09. So to celebrate, I wanted to join in today's I Heart Faces Challenge. This week is all about blue; which happens to be my favorite color. I chose this photo not so much for it's technical perfection (which is non-existent) as for Sofi's expression-- which is one I expect I'll be seeing more and more of as we approach the teen years. And of course, the beautiful blue sky puts it nicely in this week's category :)

I tried to upload to Photobucket, as I usually do, but something's up with Firefox and it won't let me.... Hmmm. So that explains the grainy quality-- Blogger Photo uploads stuff all weird.

Don't forget to click on the picture to see it full-size!





Now go check out all the other blue faces this week :)


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10 comments:

Niecey said...

Very sweet. That is a great expression and I love how this is framed. It's great to have all the space in the upper left for the sky. This is really excellent.

Becca said...

Cute my friend :-) I love that blue sky!

Buckeroomama said...

Ah, the signs of things to come, eh? I'm already getting this look sometimes from my 4-year old!

I really like the composition of this pic! :)

Jenny said...

Now where have I seen that look before...about 23 years ago???

Hayley said...

Sweet photo!!

Brooke said...

Love the blue skies and her sassy little expression

Herb of Grace said...

Jenny,

I wouldn't know. I'm not old enough to remember that long ago.

:P

The Animator's Wife said...

Oh, the look! Priceless!

Natalie said...

I also love blue skies! Her expression is beyond cute... until she is a teeanager and then you may have to run! LOL I have three girls to worry about in the teenage years together! Wowsers!

julie said...

I LOVE that! Her face is so... I dunno, young girl! It's innocent yet also up to something, *almost* aggravating but actually funny. Love it, love it, love it! Oh yeah, and the composition is great too. :) Doing things other than the standard front-and-center is somewhat challenging to me, so I enjoy seeing the fruits of other peoples creativity. :D