I Heart Faces Photo Challenge - Bundled Up



This week over at i heart faces the photo challenge is all about being bundled up. I was so excited when I saw it, and I knew exactly which picture I would use. I love this picture. It was the second snow of the year, and the kids were excited bc the snow was soft, and they could throw snowballs at their Momma. There are several that turned out just fantastic from that day, two that I love almost the same, but this is my fav :)


I love the excitement in his eyes, and the sun behind his head making a halo, hiding his true devious nature :D

9 Responses
  1. Love his expression, and the sun flare. Great pic!


  2. Jennifer Says:

    Great picture! Looks like he was having a good time!!


  3. Carleen Says:

    HA! This one cracked me up! You can tell he is having a GREAT time!!



  4. amy Says:

    what a fun picture- i love the light behind him.


  5. Jeanne Selep Says:

    Great picture, and even cooler blog setup. Wow.


  6. Suzanne Says:

    He's a cutie and you take great pictures Court!


  7. 50centlove Says:

    Cute! Expression, sun, and the outline is neat


  8. Amanda Heath Says:

    What a great expression capture! And I love the sun flare behind him!


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