Here’s one for Guinness {Central New York Photographer}

As some of you may recall, we did a garden this year and the kids were VERY into it. Today was the day we decided to finally harvest the potatoes and carrots. Well, we also had a couple of radishes left too, ones that SHOULD have been picked back in July. But my oldest wanted to see just how big a radish could grow. So here it is in all it's glory.


And just for size comparison, I had him hold up a baseball too. ROFLMAO


He wanted me to call Guinness. NO JOKE.  I told him I would look it up on Google first to see if it is even in the running. Probably not, was my guess. So I checked into this and it doesn't even come close to the world record of 4' 4" in length with a 14" diameter. But it was still funny.  And I bet next year he will strive for one even bigger. LOL


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About Kim Hill

I’m passionate about my work and helping women feel comfortable in front of my lens. I want women to feel confident and sexy regardless of age or size. All women are beautiful and I'm here to help them see the beauty in themselves and the boudoir photographic experience is one step in that direction. I am dedicated to bringing a high-quality experience to the boudoir portrait session. My goal is to offer a fun yet relaxing environment where a woman can let down her guard, allowing that inner sparkle to shine. I’ve been a photographer for more than 25 years now. I started as a young child with my parents' 110 film camera, moved on to study photography in college, interned with a wedding photographer for a couple of years and then struck out on my own. I've been doing general portraits since 1998 and boudoir work since 2009. In addition to boudoir, I also offer high school senior portraits, fashion inspired sessions, and business executive head shots.
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28 Responses to Here’s one for Guinness {Central New York Photographer}

  1. Stacey S says:

    I LOVE this Kim! So happy for them. 🙂 (And love the size comparison, lol!)

  2. Tina Ryan says:

    Now that is a BIG raddish! Love that he is so into it and now probably even more so. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Stacey S says:

    LOL Love this Kim!

  4. Krystle says:

    Oh my word! How neat!

  5. rachael says:

    whoa that is huge!

  6. Kellie says:

    That is an impressive radish!

  7. Tree says:

    Holy Moly… super cool!

  8. Amanda Eller says:

    HOW COOL!!!!!! I bet he was proud!

  9. Judie says:

    Wow!! Great captures!

  10. tamsen says:

    lol, thats awesome!

  11. Melissa says:

    DANG! That is one HUGE radish – YUMMY! 🙂

  12. Beth says:

    wow! that’s amazing!

  13. Nance says:

    Wow! You weren’t kidding!

  14. Pam Douglas says:

    that’s a pretty big radish *grins* LOVE them!

  15. Melissa says:

    That is ginormous! Great work on the garden, little man!

  16. Beth says:

    Oh, that is so cool!

  17. Laura says:

    He looks so proud!! Way to grow kiddo!

  18. Holly says:

    Haha, this made me smile! 🙂 Wowza, that’s a radish! lol

  19. Christy F says:

    Whoa – that is huge! I love the comparison to the baseball!

  20. Amanda says:

    That’s awesome! I love how excited he seems to be about it!

  21. Dawn says:

    Very cool and what a handsome kid!

  22. Kelly says:

    What a fun memory!

  23. monica says:

    That is a HUGE Radish!! Great shots!!!

  24. Lyndsay says:

    So fun! He looks so proud.

  25. Kim Raabe says:

    Seriously folks… I have seen this blessed thing in person and I have to say that I honestly thought it was a beet. It kinda freaks me out to know that little David grew a radish bigger than a ___grapefruit and I could only seem to manage a single cherry tomato all season. What is wrong with this picture? Way to go David!!! You have done the impossible…made Mrs. Raabe speechless! 🙂

  26. Tara says:

    Oh that’s too cool! I can’t wait for next year!

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