Nature Through My Son's Eyes


Today I took my two boys for an afternoon walk. I gave my five year old my digital camera (he only dropped it once and apoligized profusely), and told him to snap away at anything that interested him. I expected him to get bored after a few minutes, but he took over fifty pictures and kept snapping until we were home. We got a few strange looks when he started taking pictures of house numbers because he wanted to "do math." So I had to tell him to not photograph people's houses. Other than that he did a fantastic job!



His shadow.




Pretty good considering he zoomed in from across the street.



He said the cross is for a haunted house he wants to make at Halloween. Anyway...





I love how you can see his reflection in his brother's eye.


He was way up on this persons driveway to get the windmill shot.

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Thursday

Nature Through My Son's Eyes


Today I took my two boys for an afternoon walk. I gave my five year old my digital camera (he only dropped it once and apoligized profusely), and told him to snap away at anything that interested him. I expected him to get bored after a few minutes, but he took over fifty pictures and kept snapping until we were home. We got a few strange looks when he started taking pictures of house numbers because he wanted to "do math." So I had to tell him to not photograph people's houses. Other than that he did a fantastic job!



His shadow.




Pretty good considering he zoomed in from across the street.



He said the cross is for a haunted house he wants to make at Halloween. Anyway...





I love how you can see his reflection in his brother's eye.


He was way up on this persons driveway to get the windmill shot.

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