Sunday, November 2, 2008

Straight out of Camera: Happy Face :)

Slurping Life

I'm a little late with my SOOC Saturday post, but here it is :). This was taken last weekend at the Halloween party. The boys were having a great time - Bearhug sword-fighting with several other kids who had swords or light-sabers and Cuddlebug running back and forth with some other kids who shared his love of running. Cuddlebug made my day when he stopped running just long enough to breathlessly tell me, "Mama! I found some friends, and they want to play with me!"

Not long after that, I snapped this picture as he was running by. I almost didn't catch him (as you can tell) and I figured with him moving so fast it was going to be a blur, but it actually turned out pretty clear. Does he look happy or what? :)

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Killlashandra on November 2, 2008 at 6:05 PM said...

Yep, he looks beyond happy. Sounds like an awesome time!

Frogs' mom on November 2, 2008 at 10:19 PM said...

What a great smile! He looks like he's having a ball :0)

Anonymous said...

Yes, he does look happy. Great shot!

Rose on November 3, 2008 at 12:44 AM said...

Sounds like a great day for all. He sure is happy - I love those accident shots where you get all of the emotion of the moment in a unique angle. Very nice.

Anonymous said...

Very happy - and very huggable!

cdlsva on November 3, 2008 at 7:04 PM said...

What a great shot, you captured him at the perfect moment! That smile says it all :-)


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