9.30.2010

Natural Bridges // the Navabpours


Coming back to Santa Cruz is always a pleasure, but the hour Hannah and I spent on the beach with Paul, Lucy, Emily, and Cameron left my face hurting from way too much smiling. Seeing them run around, digging the sand and flapping their arms like birds reminded me of being a kid on a team of four with Han, mom and dad. It made me miss ganging up on each other, pairing up, and just plain playing. I can't wait to see my parents in two weeks! (Imagine creepy Total Recall robot lady saying it, because that's how my dad will be repeating it when he reads this.) Two weeks... two weeks...

Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty LuberSteep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Steep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Streep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Streep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Streep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Streep Street Photography, Kelty Luber
Streep Street Photography, Kelty Luber

9 comments:

Sigourney said...

Absolutely gorgeous! The family, the beach, the photos. You are so talented, Kelty!

Diana said...

So beautiful, as usual!! Those last silhouetted ones are just stunning.

Theresa said...

such an adorable family! love how you captured them so naturally :]

Price said...

Top operative, working under deep cover behind enemy lines.... two weeks on Mars!

Anonymous said...

Gosh! My hair's sticky with salt water and I seem to have sand in my pants. Where's the aloe?
Love it.

LJB said...

Alex and I have been sitting here, looking through the images wondering if you ever take a bad photo.

We can't wait to meet next year!

Scotti Shafer said...

Paul your family is absolutely beautiful! Looks like this was a fun shoot, and the photos are stunning as usual! Nice work Kelty!

Cynthia said...

Gorgeous, as usual!

Sara said...

Those last sun speckled photos are out of this world!