Project Category: PHOTOGRAPHY

All About Luke

luke's photo gallery Documenting our Little Boy's Milestones through pictures. AllLuke Pre-One Photos of Luke FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Baby Luke’s 5th Month FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Luke @ 4 Months FAMILY GALLERY, Luke 3 Months Old FAMILY GALLERY, Luke 4th of July Cutie! FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Monster Cutie FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Luke @ 2 Months FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Luke’s First Month Luke Luke’s First Easter Luke Luke Alexander FAMILY GALLERY, Luke Intertested in your own online gallery? Contact...

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Bridging the Gap

03 JUNE, 2017 #FifthGrade #BridgeProject #DishItIs It is always fun to document children’s activities with series of photographs. It is the best way to freeze the moment, to remember and to share at some point in time… So yes, those are Alyssa’s tiny hands busy painting her building blocks made of #polymer clay. She had  several of those “buildings” and some houses to complete her project on a dish! It was a little ambitious little because we only have that Saturday to work on it. And it was my first weekend off work after going back from #maternity leave.  But...

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French Macaron

  .   .   French Macarons are indeed very finicky cookies. The recipe may only call for four ingredients however, the process of making and baking is a different story. In fact, it took me two tries to finally make it right, thanks to several recipe gurus I’d been following online. From French Macaron Madness. Posted by Simply Rosalyn on 4/08/2017 (21 items) Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher...

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95th Inter-Tribal Pageantry

“Their love for pageantry came as a delightful surprise! probably counted at least 10 Princesses on the parade, representing groups, schools and/or organizations.” From Inter-Tribal Missosology. Posted by Simply Rosalyn on 8/17/2016 (46 items) Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher...

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The Young American Indian

“There is something serenely beautiful about a young child embracing his identity. In today’s world where an outcry of equality and conformity is preached, it is very easy to forget that we all come from diverse societies and different cultures. Children are being thought by everyday experiences that fitting in is the first step to social acceptance. It is then on these programs and affairs that dates back to almost hundred years, that we open up the world’s eyes, and encourage our children to embrace what makes them unique.” From The Young American Indian. Posted by Simply Rosalyn on...

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