Tuesday, April 03, 2007

A Spring Maiden



26 comments:

  1. She's BEAUTIFUL!!!

    That is a framer!

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  2. That she is. Wonderful photograph, and as Maggie said, "That is a framer!"

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  3. Awesome shot and color effect!

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  4. Nice. Don't you just love spring?

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  5. She is sooooo cute, and in her Easter bonnet too. My Spring photo is up on My Photo Blog.

    Happy Wednesday.

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  6. Lovely! Happy WW and Happy Spring! :-)

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  7. She is adorable! It's great to see kids look like kids rather than little adults!

    Blessings to you and yours-
    Jenny
    Little Acorns Treehouse

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  8. What Beautiful color in this photo, not to mention a beautiful little girl!!

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  9. Sweet -- both the picture and the girl!

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  10. A beautiful Easter bonnet this spring! How cute! Im up!

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  11. She's a true belle x x

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  12. That is so sweet - shes beautiful

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  13. This is truly Lydia.

    Mamaw

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  14. So sweet! Love the hat.

    Happy WW!

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  15. Very sweet. What a smile!

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  16. How cute! Wow, how colorful too!

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  17. What a cutie! Looks like spring has sprung!

    Whenever I take a picture my 8 year old son says: DO NOT put that on your blog!

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  18. Perfect! And I love the hat!

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  19. This is absolutely beautiful. The girl makes the picture perfect and the flowers and hat compliment it too. Happy WW and thanks for sharing.

    Mine is up too and its all about spiders

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  20. Adorable.
    She looks happy that spring has sprung.
    I'm looking out at over a foot of freshly fallen snow-no flowers anytime soon.

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  21. What a great pic! Spring is blooming all over her face and in her hands.

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  22. I love daffodils. Yellow is my favorite color and something about those guys just makes me feel better. Maybe it's because the moose don't like them so they're the only flower that's safe. :)

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