Tuesday, June 24, 2008

"The apple doesn't fall far from the tree..."


The photo on Today's Greeting was actually taken by my daughter, an award winning children's photographer. http://www.rdavidphotography.com/ It is the only work of Ruthi's that I have used on my cards, and it was the next in line. Enjoy!

12 comments:

John Theberge said...

I planted some echinacea for the first time this year and I can't wait for them to bloom. Yesterday I noticed I had buds on them.

Jayne said...

Wow Helen...she is quite the talented portrait artist. Her work is very impressive. You must be so very proud.

Eve said...

We got our daughter a camera on her 8th birthday, she's 10 now and becoming a wonderful photographer!!
You must be very proud of yours!!
Thanks Helen!

Sandpiper said...

That's beautiful. I visited her site and she's really good! All of her pictures are beautiful, and the silhouettes are so eye-catching! Thank you for sharing!

kjpweb said...

She got what it takes. Wonderful as are the images on her site!
Cheers, Klaus

Bird Girl said...

Your daughter's work is so awesome, Helen! And it is neat that the two of you are so different. She takes people ...you take critters (for the most part) - You'll have to post that picture YOU took of your darling granddaughter on her pony (in a dress). She did a nice job with the purple cone flower and the bee!

TSannie said...

Just back from spending the last half hour at your daughter's photo gallery/blog - you two certainly share some incredible photography talent genes! Her silhouettes just wonderful!

NCmountainwoman said...

Wow! You must be so proud. So much talent in your family. Thanks for introducing her.

Mary said...

Very nice! She's as talented as her mother.

Shellmo said...

Love the intricate detail and the combination of colors in this photo!

Willard said...

She is an excellent photographer. That is a superb shot!

Stacey Huston said...

beautiful echinacea! and so true that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree... I really admire you and your daughters work.. thanks for sharing