July 26, 2013

How we went camping by the seaside

kids lifestyle portraits

A few pics from our camping trip to the north coast. Tipping toes in the water eventually resulted in a wave soaking Bosse head over heels and a quick run to the tent for a towel.
Images by me and my lovely assistant.









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