Saturday, December 22, 2007

G is for...







(Doesn't he look like a little Sherlock Holmes, who was just enlightened to the missing piece in his most pressing case?)



(Gunnar's groove is slightly metro-sexual. I blame myself completely. ;))



(Gunnar wants this one for Christmas...)


and this one; he's getting neither.


G also stands for-

Good Friend


Tonya said...

Brillant Post!

Love it!

So edgy & glam!!!

Have a great weekend!


Michelle said...

I love all your pictures. They totally inspire me to develop my creative side.

Anonymous said...

I have loved your last several blogs -- they make me smile, laugh, cry and remember how fortunate I am to have these 'special' ones in my life. You should send in the story of Bobby to a magazine. I really think it could be published. I am so glad you are part of my family! I love you -- Mom Nuzman

Olivia said...

Beautiful pics, beautiful boy, beautiful brain! I love you, Kam!

caitholmes said...

that last picture is my FAVORITE!

Jennifer P. said...

Is that vintage corvette YOURS?! If so, I am so totally jealous! And what two year old should not appreciate Marc Jacobs? Cute post and great photo ideas!

Kate said...

i want to copy olivia's comment and just say you are brilliant. merry christmas. love your guts.

Paige said...

I love these pictures. Gunnar may not appreciate his early introduction to Marc Jacobs, but his future wife will. :)

Matthew Engelken said...

G is for good stuff. Merry Christmas to the Nuzzy family!

I hope Cade and the G-Man can kill bugs with that magnifying glass this week!

Rebecca said...

Love the picts Kam. Now everytime I take a picture, I keep thinking how miserably crappy and washed out it is. You must teach me your ways. Love the post. Merry Merry!

Bethanie said...

Kam, hi, it's been forever--can we hire you? It has been 3 years since we've had a family portrait! We're in desperate need of some local photog brilliance, so seriously, let me know.

And your writing is captivating!! Love your blogging blogness!

Welsh Goddess Rhiannon said...

You picts are the BEST! When can I schedual my next shoot and photgraphy lesson. I love that your shooting with great natural light and beautiful eye pleasing compositions! Not a lot of the photoshop fix ups. Great stuff! Loves!

Julia said...

LOVE this post. Thanks for stopping by my blog. The paper is from Jen Wilson and it's her "Merry Days of Christmas--first day" package. Love all of her stuff, actually. Keep up the great work, your photography is amazing!