Thank goodnes for photoshop because the one-hour-photo barely made the grade with this roll of film. Every single sanpshot was overly saturated and disappointingly grainy. I suppose that's what you get when you stray from your regular photo gurus. -sigh- Lucky for me, our scanner has a handy dandy slot for scanning slides and negatives, so yeah! More work, but worth it just so I can show you all how much the Ava has been growing. She's obviously fed well...
very well. She is also instinctively attracted to the camera. Anytime I pull the camera out to take a shot of her without her knowing it, she immediately drops what she is doing and comes running to within inches of the lens. So all I ever get are poses instead of real life moments.
Clever girl. Turn you head at the same millisecond that the shutter snaps. Timing is everything!
Believe it or not, these next pictures were taken within the last two months when the spring decided to masquerade around as autumn. The pictures were so lacking in green foliage that I decided to get rid of color altogether. I think it worked for the better.
Ahhh...Not a baby anymore. She looks more and more like a little girl everyday.