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Disney Easter Decorations
Egg Painting 2009
It's that time of year again to break out the eggs and dyes to add some color to the house. Or, if you're me, it's that time again to have deviled eggs and egg salad sandwiches. Either way, Easter is here again, and the traditional activities make for great photo opportunities.
This year Marna and Paige colored eggs while I was at work, which was kind of a bummer, because I like taking these pictures so much, but they hadn't finished all the decorations at the same time. This morning then, before we headed out to Grandpa Rich and Grandma Janelle's house for the annual easter egg hunt, Paige and Marna sat down for a while to add Disney princess stickers as the final touch. This gave me a chance to take a few photos, which made me very happy.
The problem was that the stickers wouldn't stick to the cold eggs (or at least that was our guess). Note to product development teams at Disney, if you're going to lend your brand to once-a-year activities that are really important to people, it might do you good to actually try them out first. While she looks happy here, Paige was quite frustrated that her princess stickers didn't stick. The activity then was short-lived, but I did manage to get a few pictures in before we had to move on.
In case you're wondering, yes, this is posed, as Paige doesn't actually walk around holding eggs to her cheeks while smiling. With all the sticker problems, I needed something more, so I asked her to pose for me. And surprisingly, she did! I have pictures of her kissing an egg, as well as playing "Vanna" with one (smile). And I even got a few decent smiles out of her along the way.
Steps. Disney Concert Hall.
Explore. February 17, 2009.
A study in monochrome. Sepia.
(Behind-the-scene: The steps leading to the main doors of avant garde 20th Century architect Frank Gehry's masterpiece, the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. I got frustrated trying to compose my shots of the facade of the building because of the strong sun reflecting across the metallic finish of the structure. So I focused my attention to these steps instead. Minor exposure bias adjustments allowed me to reduce the glare reflecting off the concrete. I realized I need to learn how to use GNDs. :P)
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