Wendy Ringel Photography | Top 15 of 2015 - Countdown - Day 11

Top 15 of 2015 - Countdown - Day 11

December 21, 2015  •  6 Comments

Happy Monday everyone!  Today's favorite in my "Top 15 of 2015" countdown comes from this past April.  A friend of mine was coming to visit from out of town and we made plans to meet together for some tours in Jersey City and Brooklyn.  Not only did we have an amazing time, but I got to take a few photos of her gorgeous kiddos.  This shot just reminds me of something out of Humans of New York and since I am an enormous fan of Brandon and the work he does, this makes my favorites list.  I just wish I had thought to interview Miss Molly when I took the photo!  Since I didn't, I'll just use this one as a "Today in microfashion" post.  How about that sticker on her forehead?  I think that is my favorite part!

And since I am a chronic over sharer, here's a cute shot of little brother.

Bridge shots never get old to me.  Brooklyn Bridge from the Brooklyn side.  

So, what do you think of my Humans of NY knockoff?  Leave a comment and let me know!  Comments on the blog post enter you to win a free winter mini session!

And now for the contest details!  Enter to win a FREE winter mini session - simply comment on the blog and let me know what you think.  You can enter once a day for each of the 15 days of the countdown.  For additional entries, I will also be posting the link to this blog on my Facebook page - you earn one more entry if you like my page, like the post and comment on the post (you need to do all three to get one entry).  And one more entry if you share the Facebook post with your friends.  So THREE possible entries per day.  I'll be picking a winner on Wednesday, January 6th.  

Fine Print:  Winter mini session includes a half hour shoot at a location of your choice and five(5) digital images with print release.  No cash value - booking date must be before March 1st.  Locations must be within 30 minutes drive of Burlington, N.J.


I definitely get a Humans of NY vibe from these shots!
Carla Lutz(non-registered)
I love that you've shared part of your personal life.
Love it!
I think it's a great homage to humans of ny- kiddies are humans too And I love that angle of the Brooklyn bridge- there is just something magical about Brooklyn (and ny)
How fun! This will be a great project to continue into the new year!
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