Thursday, April 15, 2010

Show Me Your Tiger Dance

So if you will indulge just a few more photos by Colleen. These all have a more behind the scenes feel to them. If real life has a behind the scenes…

Eating the world’s largest Swiss Almond Meringue. I did not finish it. But it was amazing, and I did wear crumbs on my face for half the day off and on.

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I don’t think I realize he is there behind me yet. Colleen gave it away at some point with her giggling.

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Climbing further into the tree and not a little bit scared I might add. I am not an agile creature and not a very graceful girl. I don’t often climb trees. Or anything really, other than stairs.

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I love this shot of Nathan photographing me with both of us in the tree.

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And finally…

Give me Tiger, more Tiger!~…

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Less Tiger. Less. More lemur.

14 comments:

futurelint said...

These are so cute and that giant teddy bear is CRAZY!

Emily Kennedy said...

Bwaa ha ha ha!!! Your tiger is amazing!

Alannah said...

Oh my gosh, I LOVE these. I wish you would post 100 more! I could look at them all day. <3 Freaking ADORABLE.

interrobangsanon said...

"Less tiger, more lemur" are totally words to live by :) And that meringue is huuuuuge!

-Millie

WendyB said...

That tree picture is fabulous. Lots of action!

myedit said...

Love the photo shoot... the candids came out great too!
I would say the swing pics and the meringue pic are my favourite. Not like that matters... just sharing!

Kiki said...

What fun photos! I love the swinging ones in your earlier post too.

Sheila said...

Those are such fun pictures. I covet your boots.

Kristen said...

This whole series from the last two days has been great. You look gorgeous, so happy and relaxed.

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Jenny said...

These are so fun and you are beautiful!! Love the giant teddy bear. We don't have one of those in Alabama :)

secondhandshopper said...

I love these pictures - you look so vibrant in them! Lovely to see you so exuberant and happy! xx

Leah said...

haha all of these pictures are great!

Tina said...

Where did you get the giant meringue? I need one! And that picture of you is divine!

Rand and I stumbled into that Teddy Bear park last year while geocaching. It's such a cute park.

And I totally recognize that tree! I've taken pics in that tree too.