Monthly Archives: April 2011
We were literally about to get into our cars to head out for dinner when I took a couple of photos. It turned into a 10 minute family photo session, maybe even less then 10 minutes, really, that quick, we were all desperate to fill our faces with yummy Chinese.
Aren’t these kids gorgeous, their family also have such beautiful hearts, I have never felt so welcome, I can totally understand why my parents call them their friends. We spent the day with them while on holidays and even just 15mins ago when I edited these images for this post Cohen was pointing and asking to ‘go see them’, even he loved the day there.
Stay gorgeous Kimberley and Rikky. Bradley you are such a cutey I could follow you around with the camera all day.
Last week I held a Favourite Photo Competition over on my Facebook page. I was so much fun and so many people got on board to support some of my beautiful clients from 2010.
After a very close finish the winners are:
Tash and Tom’s photo from their very fun engagement shoot.
Bianca’s gorgeous little man Hunta.
Michelle’s little cutie Nate from their family shoot.
Elissa and Dirk photo that I looove from their maternity shoot.
And the gorgeous miss Anna looking oh so pretty.
Thank you so much to all my BEAUTIFUL clients who participated in the Favourite Photo Competition. You all have an amazing network of friends and family supporting you.
Thank you to everyone who joined in on the fun and cast a vote, and a huge HI to all the new fans of Sara Rosetta Photography.
Cheers for all the support guys.
Away on our last holiday in March we visited some of my parents friends, Lisa and Barry. We spent the day and eventually went out for dinner together as well. I had a great day, and Cohen had fun with all the new things too.
Lisa and Barry have a pig farm, along with the many other things that keep them busy during the day.
They also happened to have some tiny little babies that we could go see and play with.
Cohen had a ball, Lisa helped him hold a little pig. He spent the next 3 weeks pretending he was a little baby piggy complete with grunting and squealing noises.