Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Lola Moon, Summer 2010

cake on the lips, wind in the hair, world in her eyes
Cindy Garber Iverson said...

Thank you so much for dropping by Rosehaven Cottage and leaving your wonderfully kind comment so I could come over and "meet" you! Have a wonderful rest of the week!

Drax said...

Ho-leee COW what a photo!!!!! Damn! Gorgeous and unforgettable.

SJ said...

Her name was Lola --what a girl she is, and will be.

shari berry bo-berry said...

thanks for your comment about the pic of my boys...i've been wanting a pic like this for ages...but i knew it couldn't be planned...then it would be authentic...so yes, i think i will blow it up and hang it on my wall! :) p.s. can't wait to come back and read more of your blog!!!

Jason, as himself said...

I love it all.

Ms. Moon said...

She is so perfectly beautiful in her place in the world.

Annje said...

absolutely breath-taking!

Lola Sharp said...

Awww, you know I have a soft spot for Lola. She's lovely. As always. As Ever.

Love,
Lola

svasti said...

and surrounded by stars...

Petit fleur said...

Lola Moon draped in stars. Nice.

Vashti said...

Stunning.

Ruby said...

Lovely blog :) x
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Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

Perfect in every way.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

She is such a doll. I really enjoy your photos of her.

Love you Maggie May,

SB

deb said...

love the cake on her lips.
gorgeous.

Marion said...

She's a beautiful child. She reminds me of pictures of Uma Thurman when she was young. You are so blessed!!! xoxo

Ruth said...

Oh Maggie--"world in her eyes."

Too perfect.

Everton Terrace said...

I think every girls should have cake on her lips, the wind in her hair and the world in her eyes - lovely thought!

Phoenix said...

What a miniature, beautiful little bad-ass in training.

Kinda wish I could give her a high-five now.

emily wierenga said...

oh maggie may, i love your work. absolutely gorgeous. you should link this up with imperfect prose today. you make me want to create.

Deborah Ann said...

Very cool! Glad I stopped in today, on my travels in blog world...

purejoy said...

you know how it is when you encounter such beauty that it makes your heart ache just a little bit? how it makes you want to create… but you know to attempt would just fall so dissonately short that you don't even try? between your poem today and this photograph… i found myself admiring your insight, eloquence and attention to detail. and it made my heart yearn to be so good at something.
bravo!

Therese said...

Stunning.

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Lovelovelove this.

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