Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The Faces of A NIGHT IN OZ


We're back at the Birmingham Children's Theater's wonderful fundraiser - A NIGHT IN OZ*.  How could I pass up a chance to show you some of the adorable faces I captured?  There were way too many for one post.  I've saved a few more to share later.

Remember, if you would like to make a donation to the Birmingham Children's Theater, click here for more information.

* See yesterday's post for more photos of this event





Well of course she looks familiar!

19 comments:

Tash said...

Magical portraits. Your photos of children always bring delight and a smile.

Olivier said...

des portrait superbes (bravo pour la lumiere). j'ai une préférence pour le premier.
of portrait superb (bravo for light). I have a priority as the first.

Nathalie said...

Oh these wonderful wonderful portraits. Virginia you're so good at this.

Sorry I don't have the time to come and comment every day but I always look back at your previous posts when I visit and I'm always impressed.

I just adored the cute snowed-up tricycle and your glass theme day shot (the top one was the best,it's more concentrated. The bottom one becomes overexposed as you reach the sky).

And then your Artists at Work post was a joy to read and look at. How lucky you must have felt, sharing this creative moment with Tres and Tom. I would have been thrilled!

roentarre said...

Photos like these always made my day. Wonderful images in deed

alice said...

Lovely row!I think the last young lady has something to see with your own smile...

Bob Crowe said...

Ah, if I only had a brain. Song lyrics to remember when we feel a little too clever. By the way, this child has the widest eyes I've seen in a long time. The director wasn't medication the kiddies to keep them in line, was s/he?

Marie-Noyale said...

That little scarecrow is so adorable!!
I would not be able to refuse anything to those eyes!!!!

You are a very talented portraitist Virginia.

Halcyon said...

There are some real cuties! I like your new header photo as well.

Babooshka said...

Well you know for people I think you do people best. Especailly children you do have an affinity with the genre of photography.

Virginia said...

Alice, you knew! She has been patiently posing for her Mumsie since the day she was born! I hope you will get to meet her this summer.

Bob, I suspect the self serve Pixie Stix (nothing but pure flavored SUGAR) machine gave them all an extra kick!HA

Dusty Lens said...

A moment to be proud of these little actor and actresses! Beautiful work by the master of portraits!

altadenahiker said...

I'm not sure what it is -- I think it's a vulnerability that you capture. An openness.

JM said...

These last posts couldn't be lovelier! Such cute faces! The red shoes shot is also fantastic. Great work, V.!

Bergson said...

beautiful portraits of children. They are very serious

Ming the Merciless said...

How cute are they? I love the scarecrow costume. He should keep it for Halloween later this year.

PJ said...

My goodness, where did your grandgirl's dimples disappear to? Oz? Your portraiture is wonderful V.

Blognote said...

Lovely portraits of these little actors and actresses, Virgina!!

Babzy said...

nice children portrait !

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

They are all so cute and your photos, as usual, are perfect. I love kids !