Friday, May 29, 2009

If you Give a Kid a Camera - Part Three

Paige spent some time in our backyard.
This is what I found on the compact flash when I downloaded.


I thought this moss was pretty growing on one of the trees.
Don't know if it's healthy or not for the tree,
but it makes for an interesting picture.


Looking up....


If you give a kid a camera.....
you might just see things in a different light.


Have a great weekend.

13 comments:

Susan said...

We need to see things through the lens of a child from time to time :o) Unless you are as a little child.
Susan

The Farmer Files said...

Does it make you wonder what she was thinking when she was taking the pics? ;)

Judanna said...

Great post and beautiful pictures.
I am also trying to do my best to be green. Thank you for visiting my blog. Have a blessed weekend..

Dixie said...

Hi Joy... I think it's a wonderful thing to give a kid camera. I buy those disposable cameras for my grandchildren when we go for a visit... they can take photos of anything they want... and they have a blast...

a wonderful way to encourage the creative side of a child... of anyone...

blessings... Dixie

Melody said...

I love them! Especially the one with the sunlight coming through the trees.

Givinya De Elba said...

Paige has snapped some really nice pics there!

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

Great job...love the tree with the moss.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Joy, Your daughter really is a great photographer.. She catches things that most people don't. That's the key--in order to be a great photographer... Congrats to Paige!!!!

We got home this evening and had a wonderful couple of days in the North Carolina mountains.

Hugs,
Betsy

Charity Joy Bell Childs said...

mmmmmmmmm!!!! I LOVE the one of the sky through the leaves! Bravo! :)

tricia said...

great pictures.

stephanie j. said...

I thought I was an "ok" photographer, but these pictures have GREAT perspective...I can sense the feeling that a child took them. Nicely done!

Tiffany said...

I love these posts (Okay - well, I love all your posts) but I love seeing the perspective Paige captures with her photography! Tell her to keep up the good work - she may have a future here!

Ronnica said...

Love the moss. Not exactly sure that it's healthy, but it's natural. I mean, we have parasitic people, don't we? (okay, I really don't think moss is parasitic, but I don't remember my botany that well)