seastack wrote: »
These are all cool but I really love the second one. And this just goes to prove that documenting your own life and your own family can produce wonderful photos. You don't have to travel around the globe to make interesting photos, they are everywhere.
lensmole wrote: »
I think # 3 is fantastic Liz .
Harryb wrote: »
RSL wrote: »
#3 is priceless, Liz, and #4's not far behind.
RyanS wrote: »
This is the kinda stuff I want to look at. Thanks for posting.
Javier wrote: »
Wow...Real street shots here. Love number 2 and 4...Bravo.
Juano wrote: »
Nice work Liz, #3 and #4 are outstanding. Should we go back to street and pj? Just joking...
damonff wrote: »
What seastack said.
I love #2 and #3, especially #2.
Patti wrote: »
Great series Liz. #3 & #4 win it for me, especially 4. I'm curious why it remains in colour.
I just came looking for the forum and for a minute thought it had been totally deleted. Phew!
bdcolen wrote: »
...are the keeperest. :-)
bdcolen wrote: »
All four are keepers, Liz, though 1, 3, and4 are the keeperest. :-)
thoth wrote: »
And we're worried about what texts are doing to our vocabulary.
Great series, Liz, especialliest number 2. :ivar
rainbow wrote: »
Like the first: but it might have been stronger if they were another two steps further away.
Third is wonderful. I like how close you are, which accentuates the closest kid in the shot with the others complementing him well.
michswiss wrote: »
As everyone's likes and dislikes vary, for me the first is the keepier-least of the bunch. And nothing wrong with colour. Learn it, love it, use it!
lizzard_nyc wrote: »
Thank you all. My elementary school grammar teacher just rolled over in her grave, even if she taught me in Spanish. Proper grammar is proper grammar and your words above are some of the pooriest ever
I am very happy with this set. A little bit for everyone.
Jenn--I am starting to come around to color a bit, just a bit though.