Monday, April 6, 2009

Pink Eye, in Black & White

Today my youngest son woke up with a new eye color . . . pink. It is a rite of passage being a daycare kid. One gets it, the whole lot of them do. So, as we sat at home this Monday morning, I just noticed how beautiful he was. I notice that a lot, but today with his jammies still on at 11 a.m., sitting in the window light watching cartoons, I didn't even notice the pink eye. I just noticed how utterly stunning baby cheeks, baby lips (note the big pouty lip), and baby eyes are. Even if they are a little pink. Sigh. He is the art that I made (with a little help from the hubby). Wow. Kids are amazing.

70-200mm IS lens, f2.8, 1/60, 400 ISO. Converted to BW in RAW, Curves and some high pass sharpening.

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