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I will never be tired of these pics from africa. It really makes you stop and think how grateful you are for our many blessings. You did such a beautiful job.
Ok, so HOW do you get the amazing coloring in all of these pictures? Is it editing, is it because you have a ridiculously expensive camera, or is it just because you're a pretty rad photographer!!BTW- When we get our tax refund, I want to buy a camera that doesn't suck. I don't need all of the bells and whistles, but one that takes great up-close pictures, and doesn't have a really long delay. Can I get a good one for 450-600???
Lol, I spend a LOT of time editing all the pictures that go on my blog...maybe one day I'll be gutsy enough to show you a before and after picture!
just the dearest photos......Your travel photography is crazy cool ;o) go Paris! (I was there a couple years ago, but wasn't there long enough to catch any night shots! bummer!)
Kelli--they are so amazing (once again)! Really really beautiful!
I love how their doesn't look like there is a self-conscious bone in their entire body.
I can't get over their eyes... they each seem to tell a different story.
These are my favorite Africa pictures YET! Just amazing. Really. So beautiful.
I LOVE the picture of the little girl with her hand on her cheek! So cute =)KIKI
Gorgeous kids, gorgeous photos! I want to adopt all of them and save the world!
I love their little round faces.
Melissa--I was starting to worry about you! Usually you're the first or second comment! ;)
I'm telling you, those tv shows that try and get people to send money to the starving kids in 3rd world countries should hire you to take pics, those kids would get hooked up, I want to hop a plane and bring them all home with me :o)they are BEAUTIFUL (the kids and the pics)
Kelli, I'm so impressed with how amazing a photographer you have become! All of them are so beautiful! There's actually no words to explain them. They are just awe-inspiring!
Wow, this entry brought a tear to my eye. Kelli, I found these pictures by googling "Mampong Babies Home", and I must say they are absolutely amazing. I just came back from volunteering there for three months and I have uploaded about four albums on Facebook if you wanted to see what they look like now, months later. Just search for "Karoline Tufte Lien". It's crazy to see Emmanuela (2nd picture) and Gloria (7th picture, at least I think it's her) and all the others as much smaller babies! You're such a talented photographer.
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