fiddlehead.....every changing, ever growing

fiddlehead....ever changing, ever growing

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Mexican scavenger hunt


This week I have gone through all of my Mexico photos to try and be able to share our week away and participate in the Scavenger Hunt!  Here goes....

 High Key-   
So, I had to look this term up.  I am such a newbie, but this is exactly why I participate in these challenges so I can learn and challenge myself.  I hope this qualifies as "high key".  
The photo actually started out very dark, almost silouetted, but I edited it so that the light surrounding my handsome hubby filled the rest of the frame and lit it up.  I like it.  
Here, Tessa is more than happy to give Daddy kisses. 

12 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

Seriously? I really do love every single shot. Great work!

julie said...

GREAT shots!!! LOVE how creative you were with something tiny & your bedroom shot - so clever! :)

Anne U said...

Crazy stripe shot and distance is so pretty.

Phoenix Peacock said...

beautiful photos! and what a great family vacation!

Kimberly said...

Wow! Love them all! That huge chess board and your tiny little girl just makes me smile!

Phoenix Peacock said...

Ps - your pages are up. I got a glare on the second one, so I will try to get a better photo of it and posted soon. I just wanted to make sure something was posted today!

Robyn said...

We just got back from Mexico too! So great to soak in some sun. I love your bedroom and tiny shots! So creative.

Simone said...

Just love your original take on all of these! The bubbles are fabulous and the irony of the chess pieces is wonderful, some fabulous interpretations!

Chrystal said...

I love your photos. The tiny ones are so adorable and the stripes are perfect!

Melissa said...

Gorgeous shots!! I need a vacation!!! :)

Stefanie Brown said...

They're all amazing! Nicely done.

lilisview said...

Thank you for your kind comment on my photos. I wanted to tell you the chess picture is great. Her bright pink dress really brings out the differences in the size of the pieces. =)

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