While it may seem to readers of MillersTime that Ellen and I spend most of our time these days traveling, going to movies, reading, spending time with friends, exploring new restaurants, and attending baseball games, that is only partially accurate. We also spend some time with our five grandchildren (and their parental units), especially when we are invited to do so.
And so as Ellen has embarked on her ‘missed career’ (photography), rarely do we see the grandchildren without the accompaniment of Ellen’s camera.
Here then are some of her recent favorites of each of them. (Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post so the youngest of the five won’t feel left out.)
Eli - 9
Abby - 7
Ryan - Almost 5
Samantha - 2
Brooke - 9 Months
Steve Kolb said:
These images are what family photos are supposed to look like; eye-level, straight on, authentic and properly exposed.
Ellen might consider offering a course on “How to capture childrens’ lives using a still camera.”
Terrific pictures. The children are adorable and
Full of personality
Love the following pictures the most: Eli in action, playing foot ball; Abby contemplating, holding the guitar; Ryan joking, pointing his finger to the above; Samantha spinning, enjoying her Red Sox outfit (:-); and Brooke sitting straight like a very good student, curious about everything she was being told.
Land and I are looking forward to see all of them soon.
Abigail Wiebenson said:
It’s our heart’s delight as grandparents to see how our children’s children greet and explore their world, day after day. Thank you for capturing so elegantly and honestly the wonder and energy of these glorious children. It definitely gives us hope for the future. Makes my day!
Fabulous photos..and so many bright eyed and bushy tailed grandchildren to keep you’ll delighted!
Every one a beauty! Kudos to the happy parents, lucky grandparents, and talented photographer — n&s
Renee Shelton said:
samuel clover jr said:
right up there with the mona lisa…ellen you are fantastic….mr sam…smiling
Fabulous pictures!!! Grandma knows the personality of each grandchild!!! that is a blessing so wonderful…