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About Jennifer Wyeth Photography

I am a fun-loving girl who spends my time with my family, friends, attempting to relax, and taking pictures. I live in Colorado Springs and love taking pictures of babies, children, high school seniors, families, lovebirds, and maternity. Thanks for stopping by and come by often to look for specials and contests!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Such Beauty~ Colorado Springs Children Photographer

Colorado Springs is so very beautiful. We have loved it since we arrived here a little less than two months ago. This park is in a darling little neighborhood, and my kids and I decided to brave the chilly winter air to go play. Snow was on it's way so we knew we had to act fast. I think we lasted all of 5 minutes before they were begging me to get back in the car. It was cold but more damaging than that it was WINDY!! The pictures make it look like a beautiful, sunny, summer afternoon. Nope. It was just great light. IT WAS COLD. C.O.L.D. I put up no argument when the kids wanted to head in for a nice, warm cup of hot chocolate. (which we go through like Kleenex these days.)
Little Miss P was definitely the funniest. She looks like the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man in her jacket (which I practically have to duct tape to her so she won't take it off) with her hat falling over her eyes. I'm sure she can't see a darn thing but she just cruises around like she's having the time of her life.
It was so stinking windy that he couldn't even keep his eyes open for a picture.
I love these plants. I call them wheat but I honestly have no idea what they are. But they're everywhere and I think the reason Colorado Springs plants them is because they look so pretty when they blow in the wind... which is always blowing.


Jessica said...

heh heh heh...Oh the cold bitter winters!!! You'll have to come visit us in the winters now!
You definately learn to do express hot cocoa~ so much to love about it.