Monday, August 26, 2013

photo share: local band

Last week I cheated again and edited a newer set of RAW photos, largely because I wanted to post some of them here sooner rather than later. I could have just edited a handful of them, but I edited the whole set. Many of you have already heard me talk about one of my favorite bands, I'm Not a Pilot, over and over again the past 8 months. Jake and I got to hear them live a number of times this summer, and I took photos at several of these concerts. One of the most interesting aspects of these shows has been the audiences. I've been really surprised at the variety. This particular concert was swarming with kids and young parents. If you're curious about how I got so close to all of these kids I don't know, there were literally dozens of them running around everywhere for the whole hour and a half of music. Enjoy.

Have you been going to any concerts this summer?

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  1. Well, the Fall Out Boy show was in May, which is technically spring. Haha. We used to go to more shows, but lately we've been out of the groove. I think it's because we end up doing house-related things on the weekends.

  2. Awwww...the kids are just so cute!
    We haven't been to a single concert all summer. I think our last one was in January!

  3. The kids are so cute! I haven't been to a concert in forever although I love to listen to live music. I must be turning into a fuddy duddy.

  4. Kids always seem to dance up a storm at outdoor concerts! It's always fun to watch them, and listen to the music of course!!

  5. What a sweet collection of kid photos! It looks like it was a fun event and everyone was getting into it!
    Everyday Inspired

  6. The kid photos are fun! I love how small kids act natural :)

  7. dear Rose, I love little dancing feet! Glad to see you are enjoying your summer. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

  8. so cute! Love seeing the kids having fun!!!


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