our first snow. His eyes say it all.
Now see Heather Bowser in Brandon, Mississippi!
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Traca - LOVE!!! The long, wet eyelashes, the muted colors, the soft snow-bokeh…. love everything! Great job!
Carrie - Beautiful, expressive eyes. I really love the first one. Great job!
Traca - I came back to this again today and I’m still in love with all these images! Amazing!
Rachael - Elaine! OMG ah-mazing photos! Love them…love the lashes…and the snow flakes on those gorgeous lashes!
elaine - thank you everyone for your nice comments. I love reading them. And I do wish I had these lashes. I don’t know where they came from.
Kathy - Oh so Cute!!!!
Marla - Beautiful photos Elaine! I especially love the two side by side. The snow and expressions are just perfect!
lauren martin gauthier - ohmygoodness! the snowflakes caught in his long, spidery lashes are perfection! the first image is definitely my favorite- between the gorgeous color of his eyes, the tear running down his cheek from the cold, and his tongue stuck out all crooked…that image is mesmerizing!
Kate - Love everything about these images!!! Great job!!!
Tiffany Anderson - Beautiful lashes to go with those blues! But wow….snow! sorry I couldn’t help it. We are in southern Texas
jessica marchetti - love these snowy shots! with the flakes stuck on the lashes – and i’m super jealous of those eyelashes
Laurie Schultz - These pictures are to die for!!!! I am so in love with them…I would love to know your settings on the 2nd set of pictures! GORGEOUS! you are very talented!
Karen - I truly love how you captured the snowflakes nestled in his eyelashes. Gorgeous images.
elaine - thank you everyone! Laurie i will let you know those settings soon. I really appreciate this feedback!
Tricia - I’d KILL for lashes like that!!
Dennis Odom - Great stuff. Wish you lots of luck with your new studio, etc.
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