Where no-one now is sleeping.
Too cute! I love those overalls. :D
He's so adorable! I love the overalls too. I can't believe how big he has gotten! (By the way, sometimes the flash does that if the very edge of your finger is over it or something, or if the batteries are really low.)
No...I *love* the exposure in the top photo..it's like you were being sensitive to the exhausted boy and dimmed the lights...And what a crack up. It *is* exhausting chasing your sisters around with a butterfly net. Hopefully he caught them once or twice, too.
Sensitive??? Pshh. I have memories to capture here.But seriously, the lights were dimmed when he fell asleep like that, but the camera made it appear even darker. If I used the flash, the picture was pure white. So strange. I can't use the flash at all right now - it whites everything out. I'm sure I've messed up the settings somewhere.Before I started blogging, I just would have said "To heck with it" (I was Mormon before I started blogging, so 'heck' was about as strong as I'd get ;)) and just never used the flash ever again. Now it's bugging me and I must figure it out.
Oh, and he did catch them a few times - and even a kitten! The big smile, though, was for seeing a sitting momma that couldn't get away from his net. Goofy kid.
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