I love pink but I usually go for the more brighter, fuchsia type pinks so this image inspired me to go look for some soft pretty pinks. I think the best way to wear this color is through your accessories so here are some of my favorites...
Starting from top left clockwise
- Juicy Couture Sparrow Statue with Hoop Earrings
- Betsey Johnson Pink Ballet Charm Necklace
- Michael Kors Ceramic Watch
- Juicy Couture Lipstick Charm
- Tiffany 1837™ Circle charm
- Erica Anenberg Suede ID Bracelet
- Disney Couture Stackable Rings
- Etoile Heart charm
No matter if you are a professional photographer or not, EVERYONE deserves to be credited if their photo is borrowed and put on another website. It's not even photos, it's ideas, layouts, DIY's, etc... For me to ask to get credit for my photos is not me saying that my photos are awesome and that I deserve credit for being awesome. I just ask for credit because that is my work that I put a lot of heart and soul into it. I credit other photographers' pictures that I borrow because I respect the work that they have put into it and I want to make sure people know who took it. If anyone has a problem with their photo being on my site, I would respectfully take it down.
And everyone? Can we all just be kind and courteous to each other? I don't know how many times I've seen and had other bloggers tell me that they received these kind of condescending-accusatory-passive aggressive comments left on their blogs and ALL of them are from "anonyomous" types* that leave no email address nor a real blog. If you have a question for the blog owner instead of leaving an anonymous type comment, just email them to get the answer. If Bella had just written me an email asking about crediting photos I would've been happy to discuss with her how I do credit all of my photos and why I would like to have my photos credited. To leave a comment like that just shows your intent of maliciousness rather than really just wanting an answer. I don't like to call out these kinds of people because that's just the reaction they want but the topic that I addressed above is an important one to me and many other people.
Anyway, issue over. Now let's all move on... :) Thanks for listening to my rant.
*I turned off my anonymous comments over a year ago but there are still ways to leave anonymous comments like having an account but not actually having a blog or leaving an e-mail address so just because your "name" isn't anonymous, you still really are.