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Baby Photography | Gabriel

This weekend our friends Sunday and John decided to visit from Jersey and stay over for a night…and of course, they brought Gabriel! I absolutely love this kid and he is not at all shy of the camera. He was a trooper; enduring the winds at Valley Forge National Park and then the walk around the King of Prussia Mall, only to later still allow me to snap some photos of his adorable face. I might have gone a bit crazy and took a ton of photographs, but how could I not have?

Mr. Grumpy Face!Mr. Grumpy Face! Haha.

Cutie pie in black and white.

Mama and Gabriel.

Gabriel with his mama.

Gabriel in his football hat.

Gabriel in his red jumpsuit enjoying the Valley Forge National Park.

Almost a smile!

Play time with Gabriel!

Baby smiling and having fun.

Smiling black and white photo of Gabriel.

Happy boy!

Lounging, playing with his toys and train.

Gabriel amazed by the musical toy.

Does that taste good, baby boy?

“Om-nom-nom-nom!”

Gabriel's "sexy pose".

Excited to see his Lotso bear!

Gabriel posing with Lotso!

He loves his Lotso Bear.

Close up of those pretty blues.

Happy baby!

Black and white close up of Gabe.

Baby Blue Eyes!

Almost ready to crawl!

Look at those beautiful blue eyes.

Gabriel loves his choo-choo train.

Gabriel with his toy train.

Baby boy isn't shy of the camera.

Gabriel and Zoey checking out the cars!

Even Zoey joined in on play time!

Baby and dog playing with toy cars.

Gabriel with his car.

Smiling baby with his toy car.

Close up of Gabe with his car.

Gabriel making the cars crash!

Close up of Gabriel.

Black and white photo of playing baby.

He loved the rattling noises of the ball.

Gabriel's "Damien face".

This has been dubbed his “Damien face”.

Baby's surprised face!

Chewing on his puppy.

Baby playing with a toy car on play mat.

Black and white photo of baby and his stuffed animal.

Smiling baby, chewing on stuffed puppy's ear.

Chewie on stuffed dog's ear.

Black and white image of a precious boy.

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Winter Fog Nature Photography | Norristown, PA

My husband always makes fun of me when there is thick fog because I always claim that the zombie apocalypse is coming. I’m sorry, as much as I love Pennsylvania (I’m a Jersey girl and proud), there is something old and creepy about it, especially when the fog is so thick. I mean, if you think about it, this state would be the perfect place to start the undead epidemic. Left 4 Dead or World War Z, anyone?

Anyway, I had been on my way home from work, taking a back road in Norristown along the Schuylkill River when I had to stop and snag a photo with my phone through the rolled down window. I was pleased with how well it came out, however, I knew I wasn’t going to be satisfied and knew I had to get my big camera out here. Despite the rain, I rushed home and dragged my ever-willing hubby out into the cold so that he could drive me down this road again. With the window down, I managed to snag a few photos without getting rained on…until, for the last few photos, I chanced it so I could get a couple of the road. Fortunately at that moment, someone decided to drive down the road so I could get a few shots of that Supernatural-esque moment! All in all a fun little nature photography session.

Trees in Norristown, Pennsylvania during fog.

A couple drops of rain hang onto thin branches against a misty landscape.

Intertwining branches against the foggy landscape behind.

Peering through the branches.

Mist and rain on Port Indian Road.

Fog covered landscape in Norristown, PA.

Black and white photograph of the foggy trees.

Bare branches against the white sky and fog.

Rainy and foggy landscape.

Wintry fog among the trees.

Careful, zombies might be lurking in that fog!

Green tree among the bare branches within the fog.

Black and white photo of misty road.

Port Indian Road shrouded in fog.

Perfect for some shuffling zombies to come out from the fog!

Car drives on Port Indian road during rain and mist.

Eerie fog creeping up the street.

Car disappearing into the fog.

Landscape in the mist.

Trees coated in the fog.