Saturday, September 24, 2011

Charlie and Emma's Outdoor Photo Shoot

Here's a fun, photo-filled blog post for all of you to enjoy. :)   

First off, as you most likely noticed, I changed my header, so I wanted to preserve this in a post for posterity. ;)  I really love how this one turned out!

I had the opportunity to visit my brother-in-law and sister-in-law a couple of times in the past couple of months.  They live in a beautiful area in the mountains, so I took Charlie and Emma with me for some photo shoots. :)

Here's Charlie, enjoying the beautiful scenery.  These photos were from our first trip. 


There's a little creek that runs through the front yard.  It's the perfect size for the dolls. :)





Charlie, the science lover, observes some of the local flora. :)



Charlie loves her boots, but she also loves squishing her toes in the muddy creek. :)

This photo started the shoot from our second visit up there.  I had lots of fun taking sister pics. :)















I had lots of fun taking photos of my photogenic girls. :)  Hopefully next month there will be a third sister to photograph!! :D 


7 comments:

Claire said...

Aw, they're so adorable in these pictures (as always)!! :) Makes me want to get Lucy even more. ;) Good thing I already have Mia, or I'd be sunk!

beast'sbelle said...

LOL...I know what you mean! It's amazing how looking at someone else's doll pictures make you want a doll even more. ;)

Alice xox said...

They are so cute together! (: I love the one with Emma's hands on Charlie's hips when they're looking at the camera. It's almost like they're really alive! ;)

beast'sbelle said...

Thanks, Alice! :)

Julisdolls said...

Oh, lovely pics!! Your dolls are adorable and your blog is amazing! Thank you for this beautiful work! Kind regards from a Brazilian doll lover and collector. :D

Elliebob said...

I wish I had a creek in my front yard.

beast'sbelle said...

Thanks so much for commenting, Julisdolls. :) That's what I love about blogging...I get to "meet" all sorts of fellow doll lovers from all over the world that I never would have met otherwise. I'm glad you're enjoying my blog. :)

Elliebob, I'd love a creek in my front yard, too. ;)