28 July 2014

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"A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2014."

F: Knit love

A tad late but after a fun filled weekend with friends, a little too much sun and endless toasted marshmallows, I'm back to reality with bang. I was excited to go through our camping photos and then this happened. A super little parcel containing a knitted balaclava from grandma, and how he loves it. So here it is, a knitted F; those beautiful big eyes and chunky fringe.

My boy. My Heart officially melted. Bring on the snow.

Linking in with Jodi 

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  1. very cool use of negative space and color (or lack of it). it really does bring out those big beautiful eyes and gives this portrait such an old time feeling :) lovely -Misty

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    1. Thanks i think it's one of my favourite photo's, definitely one for the wall! x

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  2. He looks so beautiful! No wonder your heart melted!

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  3. As usual, loving your photo of gorgeous F. That is quite the balaclava, he looks so smart!

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    1. Can you tell i'm slightly obsessed with the balaclava?! Ha x

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  4. Oh he's such a beauty! My mum knits for all our kids but I've never had a balaclava (I feel I'm missing out). Might have to request one for the winter ;-)

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  5. love that balaclava!!! Need to knit some for my girls....

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  6. What a lovely little boy he is. One of those pictures you'll see in your head when you think of him for many years to come, I think.

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    1. Thanks, I think this is one I'm defintely going to frame. x

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  7. We have one for Talitha from when either Laurence or one of his brothers was a child. I need to make a second one so Talitha can match! F looks so gorgeous here.

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    1. I hope we have this one when F is fully grown and has his own babes. x

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  8. he really is a gorgeous boy! what effect did you use on the photo? You B&W images always have a different quality to them x

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    1. Thanks hon, I try to play around with the light when taking the image but then I use snapseed to change the contrast/saturation/brightness of each image depending what I feel they need. So with this it was a white wall, white tee, loads of natural light then changed to B&W and some editing. x

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  9. Oh seriously how cute is this!!! Such a beautiful photo and cannot wait to hear more about your trip :)

    Laura x

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