Summer Light in Seattle

It’s been a few months since my last post.  As some of you know, we were recently blessed with our first child, Andrew Kishore Thapa.  Kishore has kept all of us quite busy, so my photography (landscape photography, anyway) has been on hold.  However, yesterday evening my lovely wife volunteered to look after him by herself while I spent a few hours photographing the golden hour.  I went to one of my favorite new places in Leschi to take the image above.  I hope you enjoy it.

10 Comments
  • Rachael
    June 28, 2012

    Congratulations! Kishore couldn’t be any cuter with those adorable eyes and full lips. That hat on him sure is something too. All the adventures await….

    • Mahesh
      July 1, 2012

      Thanks, Rachael! Good thing he looks like him mom.

  • linda lin
    June 28, 2012

    Cuteness!!!!!!!!

    • Mahesh
      July 1, 2012

      Thanks, Linda Lin!

  • linda
    June 28, 2012

    Whatever he goes on to in his life, he will be able to look back on a stunning documentation of his physical past. [Ridiculous to envision that in his babyhood, right? He's beautiful.]

    Thank you for the Leschi Summer.

    • Mahesh
      July 1, 2012

      Thank you, Linda! I’ve already taken a TON of picture of our little one.

  • darylk
    July 1, 2012

    Congratulations, Mahesh, on your new addition! Enjoy every minute you can. They grow up very quickly. I especially like the second shot of Kishore…very nicely done.
    Also, nice landscape shot. Did you use a graduated ND filter? Just curious.
    Again, congratulations!

    • Mahesh
      July 1, 2012

      Thanks, Daryl! I didn’t use a grad ND filter. The concept is similar, however. I blended several exposure bracketed images to get the increased dynamic range.

  • Raj
    June 27, 2013

    Congratulations Mahesh. Kishore is amazing. Hope to see you again soon. Loved all your pics after a long break.
    Raj

  • Catherine DeVries
    August 25, 2013

    Mahesh, I love the baby shots. He’s too adorable for words! We had 4 kids, what seems like about a year ago, and they are almost grown. Look into that face and memorize every detail. He’ll change so much in just a week!

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