WELCOME TO KIRSTY LARMOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
Hi, I'm Kirsty, a lifestyle photographer and photography educator who lives in India. My approach to photography is to capture real life – with a little sparkle on top fueled by my obsession with pretty light. I want to treasure the moments that need to be remembered.
Grab a cup of tea and have a roam around my blog to see my photography style and ideas. (Check out the Details section up there on the menu bar, and the FAQ's for lots of info too). I post pictures on here from recent photo sessions, as well as some personal photo projects and some ramblings about life in general. Leave some love, check my page out over on Facebook to stay up to date, and come back again soon,
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Ginger Unzueta - always love following your group and the heart of love you all share ….I adore that picture third down. your girls are just amazingly cute and always so full of love and life! xo
Sarah c - Oh gosh sweety these photos are a little bit of Heaven!!! I love how real they are! So much joy!!!! You have the most beautiful daughters!! I love that you all travel so much! Your girls are so blessed to see so much of the world and I can only imagine how grateful they will be to have been able to do that when they are older! You have such a special family and I just love following your adventures!!!
amy grace - kirsty, there is just so much joy in the eyes of your kids. there is no hint of a drop of anything phony or desired or manufactured. the happiness is pure as their beauty. the many layers of your life must be such an adventure, but must need an anchor too…and that is so obviously you, their mama. all of these layers which you navigate so naturally, with such a positive attitude, open to change, to new things, to love in all forms, is such a gift to your girls. so many of us get stuck, become afraid, live timidly. i get this strong and beautiful feeling that they are going to hold on to this joy and openness. i love this set of images. they could light up the world. i hope your christmas with them was wonderful and inspired new memories and traditions. xoxo
Tamar - Kirsty, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I love following these ‘letters to my daughters’ series. What a great gift to them and how wonderful to be able to put down your words on paper. Moments are always fleeting and giving ourselves the gift of writing them down is beautiful. take care. Tamar 🙂
Sara T - Could your little loves be any cuter? They seem so excited to see snow! I love that you cherish all those traditions from different families and friends and make them your own. I love their laughter and fun-loving ways….they seem so close willing to do just about anything adventurous. Your youngest looks like she is just about making a heart with throwing snow. Looks like the perfect Christmas!
rowe - merry christmas to you, my dear friend! i love that you all live this nomadic life… every time i stop in and see photos of the girls in the desert or some peaceful island beach it makes me long to travel too! what an amazing adventurous life your girls live that im sure will make the open and accepting as adults… such a blessing! i cant wait for our adventures to begin… keep sharing the way you do x
Sarah Clayton - Such beautiful heartfelt words as always Kirsty. Love your letters project and think I may do this myself in 2013. Look forward to reading your next installment!
julia - These amazing images are so full of joy and excitement – they make me want to join in the fun!! I love this letter, Kirsty – how incredible that your daughters are getting to taste so much of all life has to offer. What a gift to them.
Kati - Hello Lovely. I love looking back with you. Saffy still has her front teeth. 🙂 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! xxx
Debbie Wibowo - Love all your images, Kirsty..full of fun and really shows what a fun childhood. Your daughters are so lucky to be able to experience Christmas in different ways and countries, with different people. That’s sure a wealth of experience!
Kate - Kirsty, this is just so you – holding them together – giving them those bonds and giving certainty to those beautiful girls in an uncertain world – Happy New Year xx