Category Archives: children

Meet Ginger, Annie, Bramble and Whisper…

They have a cat….. They do not have a dog but desperately want one.  I attempt to try and explain the practicalities of owning a dog, the responsibility for feeding it, walking it in all weathers, grooming it, all the harsh realities that come with owning a dog.  This does not concern them.  They insist…

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Happiness through my eyes….

Mothers with a camera, we all know one.  Some are seasoned pro’s, some have all the latest kit with no idea how to use it.  Most begin at the time of a new addition in their life, in that period of adjustment, the period when they realise that something so small has turned their world…

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  • Linda HApril 30, 2014 - 1:38 am

    Please keep breaking the rules, my friend! Seriously these are amazingly gorgeous images of your lovely girl. I adore how your capture her spirit in these images. I can feel your excitement in these! <3 <3ReplyCancel

  • RachelApril 30, 2014 - 9:57 am

    I absolutely love them!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • JessicaMay 1, 2014 - 7:10 pm

    This is just precious! An absolute delight to look through, and thanks for the reminder (as a fellow MWAC, I can definitely relate)ReplyCancel

  • AnnaMay 4, 2014 - 3:41 pm

    Oh Lou don’t be that hard on yourself. I love your style and the way you look at the world. Don’t compare yourself to others. You are unique and this set is brilliant. I can feel the joy, I can hear the giggles, I can feel the warmth and most important I can feel the love and your connection.
    BTW what a beautiful bedroom. I love the color on your walls. Which one is it?ReplyCancel

  • AnaMay 18, 2014 - 6:46 pm

    Isn’t that the truth! I could have written this word for word. Keep feeling inspired because these shots are stunning, full of light and energy and they ooze happiness. Great work Louise 🙂ReplyCancel

Happiness through my eyes –

Here we are again for our March blog circle.  As I write this, on a Sunday evening at 7.00pm it is still light, well perhaps I am being generous and twilight might be more appropriate.  We are almost ready to say goodbye to March for another year and roll headlong into Spring.  We have been…

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  • JessicaApril 1, 2014 - 8:19 pm

    I love that your girls are wearing pretty dresses and playing in the mud! The dirty knees remind me of my two girls. (age 3 and 4) Your photography is stunning!ReplyCancel

  • AnnaApril 6, 2014 - 2:29 pm

    Oh Lou, I really love this post with photos from your kids! They are beautiful. I love the beautiful dresses combining with the mud. I am always in awe how you photograph everything around you.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten WollschlagerApril 11, 2014 - 7:13 am

    Louise, I love to read your writing! You are such a picturesque story teller weaving words with a bit of magic. The images of the children are charming! I love the sequined lace/blush skirt dress. Do they make that in my size? 😀 I loved your analogy about summer and it being like sand falling through your fingers. Thanks for reminding me of the joys of spring! Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • AnaApril 26, 2014 - 10:22 am

    Louise, Oh my goodness, I adore everything about these. Its’s when I see shots like these that I wish I had a girl. I too love the contrast of the gorgeous dresses and the mud. I really enjoyed your post this month.ReplyCancel

Competition time!

The Guild of Photographers is a highly regarded national photographic body, Their members are dedicated to enhancing their skills in the art, craft and profession of photography. The Guild have a monthly competition where the aim is to achieve good standards of professional work and where each image submitted is graded against a set…

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Happiness and the ‘To Do List’

February’s blog circle is here again and this month I have come to the conclusion that my superficial happiness can be measured in some part by the following… in no particular order 😉 The weather. A clean house. Whether I have a ‘To Do’ list. Having this list displayed prominently. Whether the  current ‘to do’…

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  • […] would like to continue reading happy thoughts, please follow me over to blog post by the talented Louise from Louise Freeland Photography to read her happy post of the […]ReplyCancel

  • AnnaMarch 1, 2014 - 2:56 pm

    I love to read your view on a to do list. They can be helpful but in a way also stressful. And even more if you can’t complete them. Every minute counts but I am glad that you find your feeling of happiness even not completing them. Same for me.ReplyCancel

  • Linda HooperMarch 2, 2014 - 2:45 am

    Louise, thank you for sharing your view on your to do list. It is a lovely reminder to keep things in perspective!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten WollschlagerMarch 2, 2014 - 8:28 am

    Louise!!! I am a list person too!!!! I completely agree with you about the notebook and that the pen has to be just the right kind. Sometimes I get super frustrated with myself that I measure who I am and what I’m worth based on what I have accomplished during a single day. Silly, huh? I cannot get over how beautiful your windows are {I would kill for natural light like that!} and your view is so lovely! Thanks for sharing your happiness this month as it definitely resonates within my soul! 🙂 Wishing you a lovely weekend!ReplyCancel

  • AnaMarch 3, 2014 - 10:20 am

    Brilliant post and I feel represented in more than one comment. I’m a list girl too but mine will be in a Moleskin marked by a -. When done the – will have a little red circle round it and it feels really good to circle in red and feel done with the task.
    Your shots made me smile and brought back memories of my house in the UK that had window sills. I love how you’ve captured that little window space with such gorgeous light. You have neat girl school hand writing 😉ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca SpencerMarch 12, 2014 - 8:47 pm

    Oh Louise we are so similar, I love lists so much that I twitch if I don’t have one. I have tried using electronic versions but every time I come back to a good old list on paper and yes it has to be the right paper and right pen too! I wish my handwriting was as neat as yours though.ReplyCancel