Wednesday, September 9, 2009

What must it be like?

I had an extremely fun photo shoot last month, and am now just getting a few of the pictures posted for you all to see. Didn't mean to take so long in getting them up - life just somehow got away from me.

The real question is, what do you think it would have been like to be this gorgeous in high school?


I will never know, you see, for when beauty and kindness were being handed out in heaven, I accidentally got in the chubby and selfish line. Thought there would be donuts and was mighty disappointed when I got to the end and there wasn't.

But I do get the opportunity to live vicariously through the beautiful people who are nice enough to give this amateur photog a chance.


Ladies of Provo, listen up: This handsome boy is now in your city and breaking hearts where'ere he goes, I am sure.

His sister is still at home, and absolutely breaking hearts where'ere she goes. How could she not with those cheekbones that make models everywhere weep with envy, and that flawless, pristine skin? It's almost not fair that she's so nice, too.

I'm betting she didn't get in the chubby and selfish line hoping for donuts.


Where do they get such fine genetics? From their drop-dead-gorgeous mother, of course, who had the audacity to tell me they don't get it from her.


I know, right? The proof is in the puddin', sister.

She's gorgeous and I'd sell my soul to be thin like her. Course that would mean I'd have to stop eating the donuts.

Danggit.



Thanks, Jennifer, for giving me the opportunity to take pictures of your babies. Your family is so beautiful and it was so fun to spend time with you guys.

19 comments:

Annemarie said...

You definitely have the gift of great photography. Each time you post pics they just look better and better.

Oh yea, I totally butted in front of you in that chubby and selfish line.

Robyn said...

You are so good! And they are so beautiful! Can I pay you to make me look that good? Prob'ly not. Dang!

Christie in Dallas, TX said...

The pictures are incredible -- what a gift. Not bad subjects, either!

♥Shally said...

Whatever.

I have seen old pics of you.

You rocked the big hair. :)

Lauren in GA said...

The reason that there were no donuts at the end of the line is...

...I ate them all because I was in line in front of you.

Sorry...I couldn't help it...I was selfish.

Beautiful, beautiful pictures, Christie. You are so good.

...and those are some beautiful children. Their momma is truly beautiful, too. She can't deny it!

brooke said...

Gorgeous people, gorgeous pictures. I refuse to believe people that pretty are actually nice. Nice is all I got.

Tristan said...

Gorgeous photos! And Gorgeous subjects in the photos!

I want you to photograph me now :) You can bring out the best in anyone!

Travelin'Oma said...

Beautiful!

the wrath of khandrea said...

please remind me again where you load your pics from so i can override it on my filter. still seein red x's.

Beckie Steele said...

They are beautiful pics of beautiful people. However, please refer to blog posted Monday June 29, 2009 to see betrothed of said hansome young man. Provo girls may look, but not touch. ; )

Sherry said...

Three of my favorite people! I love these photos! Christie, you truly are amazing!

Ilene said...

As soon as I read the word "donut," my mouth started to water.

Just another one of Pavlov's dogs.

Beautiful pictures. Now must go eat something.

Woman Interrupted said...

Where do you find all these pretty people??? They are just too gorgeous.

Rosie said...

These are great! You are amazing, my friend. You were certainly in the right line when they were handing out talent and wit, that's for sure.

gab said...

Is everyone you know really that gorgeous? Or do you just make them look THAT good?

Kimberly said...

Nice!

Zana said...

Great pictures. Can you make me look like her with your lighting technique?

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Jenibelle said...

I KNEW we had met before...I remember you now in line. I went back in the same line three times obviously.