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I ♥ Faces Sepia Contest

Here I go again, entering another I Faces contest!  (and no, I didn't win any of the other contests I've entered but that's ok- I love seeing everyone's entries and practicing my photography....)


This week's contest is for sepia pictures of adults and kids so I'm entering pictures of two out of the three Paul's in my life (husband and son, no photo of my father-in-law this time!).

Here's the photo of Little Paul taken just the other day in our back yard- Check out those furrowed eyebrows- he totally got them from his daddy!

6-13-2009 6-05-37 PM30sepia by you.

And here's a photo of (big) Paul.... Yes, he has an ugly cigar in his mouth, and yes, he's working on quitting that nasty nasty habit! 

paulsepia by you.

Be sure to go to I Faces to check out the other entries!

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  1. I love the look on the little baby's face. Too adorable!

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  2. oh my golly that kids entry is too adorable for words! And my hubby and my dad smoke cigars all the time. HATE IT. But it makes for a pretty cool photo (shh, don't tell! then he won't want to quit!)

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  3. The baby's expression is priceless. Love it.

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  4. Great photos. They are BOTH priceless... lol.

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  5. Such a sweet baby face! And hey...at least the cigar made for a good prop in the adult entry! Great entries!

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  6. Those lashes are out of this world! I love the processing and the upward angle. Beautiful!

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  7. Very nice shots, both! I love those little eyebrows :)

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