Hello and Happy Instagram Wednesday!Here is the place where I wax sentimental on my favorite photos in the #littlebellows Instagram photo pool. Be sure to contribute your photos for a chance to be featured.
Congratulations to all of this week's featured photographers!
Have a great rest of the week! Christina
P.S. Hey, I have a sad face over here because the #littlebellows_trashcam Instagram pool has as many disposable film camera images as I have fingers.
P.P.S. Please get yourself a trash cam and read about my trashcam campaign. It will get you shooting film in fun and carefree way, which will build yee confidence and love of film.
Okay, let's just start off with a bang of color and contrast!
This photo is quite fantastic.
It looks like an oil painting.
This is so subtle and sweet and also so very stylish.
That sparse decor and those colors... this could be in a design magazine.
Maybe those little hands holding the glass are about to give the flowers a drink.
Don't cry baby ! You look perfect!
The pink of that new baby and the pink of that afghan are perfect.
There's something really sweet about a very upset baby.
Ivy League or GQ?
This is a wonderful crop and I love the weight to the right of the frame.
Also fab is the contrast between tweed and flower bow tie.
Maybe it's symbolic of the beauty of youth and then the manliness to come, course beard (tweed) and all.
What a beautiful portrait.
I love when people use wind in portraits.
Moving hair and freckles for the win.
This is hilarious and I love how that humor is contrasted with the deep dark of the black and white here.
Hide and go seek in the forest can be dangerous but it can also be beautiful.
I love the use of natural elements in the foreground to give this a voyeuristic feeling, like I am the one hiding.
What a great capture.
Granny's hands have fastened a lot of necklaces.
Maybe she's passing down a family heirloom, but even if not, time spent with elder family members is also to treasure.
I'm a cat lady and it's hard to only post a cat photo every now and then.
Some of my best friends growing up were animals and I wish I had photos of us together.
Follow the leader.
The placement of these two with the sun directly between them is perfect.
A+ for putting the horizon line in the bottom third of the frame.