Hiya Y'all, Welcome to another installment of my favorite picks from the #littlebellows Instagram pool.
I'm combining two weeks into this week because last week I was without power and I wasn't able to get my post up--this is life in South Africa.
Keep hash-tagging your photos and see you next week!
Congratulations to the featured photographers!
Great color here!
I love how the kids in the wagon look like they're sitting on the horizon.
A great juxtaposition of humans in their earth taming machinery and the big wide earth.
Great movement, contrast and pattern here.
I love her posture.
I'm not sure if she's dancing or floating, but it's pretty and interesting.
What a lovely face deep in thought.
I love how the flare in the upper left lightens the contrast around her eyes, making it seem like maybe it's a film scene where we drift off into a moment of nostalgic remembrance.
Yup, Kirsty Larmour is unstoppable in her quest to see the world with her family.
She is so good at using the beautiful architecture she sees to frame her lovely daughters.
I'm not sure what's going on her but Miss looks like she's about to be a super model.
The girl kissing her has something serious going through her head.
I love an unconventional approach to the sisterly embrace.
Dang girl! You're cute!
And so is your cool cat shirt.
I love the depth of the color here.
The palette of blues and blue greens are so beautiful, especially contrasted with the warmth of her hair.
Nice looking gent with deep dark soulful eyes.
He's wearing an older man sweater and then he has a baby blanket with fuzzy dots wrapped around him, which is incongruous but we love that.
The out of focus forest is a cool and mysterious backdrop.
This image blows my mind.
This needs to be printed huge and hung somewhere important.
Delicate and beautiful flora.
The greens with the light blue are so pretty.
The unusual angle is totally working here.
I feel like an small insect.
Boom! Meghan knocked this out of the park.
And it looks like it was effortless.
Only I know it couldn't have been.
I think this might be one of my favorite proud Mama photos ever.
Scotland should thank Leah and her daughter for being the best 'travel to Scotland' advertisers ever.
The landscape always seems like a tamed wild.
I love the geometry of the fabric around her shoulders--it's a nice contrast with the organic shapes of the landscape and her tutu.