Project 365+1 :: Day 57 :: “Baby Blue Eyes”

Now I know where the term “baby blue” really comes from!  Usually babies have blue eyes when they’re born, and when they have blue eyes, they are just breathtaking!  🙂  check out this beautiful baby girl’s baby blue eyes.

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Shawn :: Class of 2012 :: Okinawa Senior Portrait Photographer

I had a great time photographing Shawn!  We started bright and early in the morning.  Our location – the Sunabe Seawall.  It was finally a day where it didn’t rain!  Here are a few of my favorite shots! 🙂

Baby G :: Okinawa Newborn Photographer

WOW.  I am majorly behind on blogging about EVERYTHING.  Sorry, friends!  I have a lot on my plate, and when that happens, I tend to procrastinate on the things that require me to focus on one thing.

2, almost 3, weeks ago, I had the absolute pleasure of photographing my first newborn, Baby G.  If you remember, I took pictures of him in utero ;), but it was mostly his momma and daddy (who are absolutely amazing and proud parents).  You can check out that post here 🙂

Well here he is!  Baby G!  At only 8 days old, he was fighting the pictures in the beginning.  He just wanted to eat and eat!  He’s definitely going to be a BIG BOY! 🙂  I cannot wait!

Project 365+1 :: Day 33 :: “Teeny Feetsies”

Oh man!  Look at these feet!!!  I got to see Mr. G last week in the hospital, brand new.  Then this past weekend, I got to see him again.  And he is just beautiful.  Definitely a miraculous gift from God.  Babies are precious, even if they’re crying, and they all deserve love.  I cannot wait to see him grow in the next few months.  He is a blessing and is blessed with the most amazing parents and family.  There will never be a shortage of love for this little man.

R+K = Twinsies :: Okinawa Baby Photographer

I got to meet this pair of 7 week old babies this past Monday.  Boy, are they adorable!  It was my first BABY shoot, and it was twice as many as normal 😉 Baby R and Baby K were just precious and definitely entertaining (as all babies are to me).  The best part was when mom and dad put them in Thing 1 and Thing 2 costumes – CUTE x 2!

Senior Portrait – Miss Tiffani

I’ve decided.  I really enjoy taking pictures of Seniors.  Not people over 55, but young people at 17-18 years of age.  They are just so lively; I can see it in their eyes or smile.  Miss Tiffani just radiates when she smiles, and I am so glad that I got to meet her!  Go Class of 2012!

Howe Family – Toguchi Beach

Today, I had SO much fun shooting pictures with the Howe Family.  Katie and Josh are SO in love 🙂  They made me smile.  R & S were sweetie pies as well, very well mannered and polite.  I don’t think it could get easier than this!  Although it was chilly and sprinkly, we managed to get some great pictures 🙂  Thanks Howe Family!