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2011 Through My Lens: My Favorite Captured Memories

By amberdoty |

I’m not a photographer, not even close. If I take 100 pictures in an hour while the kids play, and I often do, five may be worthy of printing for a photo album.

My children inherited more than their nose and disposition from their father. They are also blessed with his knack for picking the exact moment a picture is snapped for closing their eyes. It’s not unusual to take a photo of the three of them in which they are all mid-blink, but it’s almost certain that at least one will be. 

As if that didn’t complicate my amateur photography enough, Anders is also not big on smiling in photos. In real life he’s almost constantly laughing or grinning, but the moment I break out the camera he becomes this stoic little creature. Asking him to pose for a picture is the quickest way to get a shot of him awkwardly grimacing (and of those I have quite a few now).

My favorite photos are always those taken candidly. Here are a few of my favorites for the year:

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2011 Through My Lens: My Favorite Captured Memories

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Amber Doty is a writer, scientist, wife, and mother to two boys. On Babble, Amber wrote for both Strollerderby and KidScoop about parenting news, pop culture, raising school-age children and general parenting tips. More of her work can be found on her website, The Daily Doty.

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