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Today I’m sharing a birth story! This is actually my fourth to photograph but my first time to blog pictures (with permission) and I could not be more excited to share them with you. kopen nike air max 2017 I don’t usually write an ‘intro’ to blog posts anymore but I felt that this posted demanded it.
There is nothing more amazing than seeing a new life being born. Every time I photograph a birth I am overcome with emotion of how awesome our God is and I also leave with a heavy dose of baby fever. nike air max pas cher ;) The reaction I get when I tell people I enjoy ‘birth photography’ is usually met with surprise and confusion. Scarpe Nike Air Max Most people just have no idea what kind of pictures to expect from a birth. goedkope nike air max 2016 schoenen Birth photography is FULL of unscripted raw emotion, pure joy and a sweet little baby. Air Max 2016 Goedkoop It’s nothing short of amazing.