Hannah has asked me to do some Christmas photos for our Christmas cards, as she saw the photos I did for friends of us. So we jumped in the car and set of to the national park that is across the road from our house. I thought it was a great opportunity to get nice photos of them as they wanted this. Well surprise, surprise. As soon as their little toes touched the sand, they went off like a rocket. The one was following the contours of the water line and the other was following her with a slightly slower pace. They twirled and ran and jumped in muddy puddles. They build a sandcastle and seemingly totally forgot about the intended photoshoot. I got the usual shots. Crazy hair shots, crazy running shots, crazy everything shots. On the way back, Hannah asked: “can we see the Christmas photos on your computer when we get home?”
So I figured out one of two things: 1) She either love the crazy running dirty child kind off photos that I normally take of her, and learned how to achieve the result during the last four years, or 2) She thinks that running around Bradley, who is sitting in a puddle, is the same as sitting on a rock next to her brother so that I can get a photo of them together.
This is their Christmas photos take 1. We will try again. Maybe when they decorate the christmas tree or something else static.
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