Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Daughter With My Camera: Take Two


Yet another picture taken by the hands of my daughter. I almost deleted it on the camera but didn't. When I downloaded it to the computer and took a closer look, I began to appreciate the picture more and more. Now, I wish that I had the skills to take such a neat picture.

Here are some more pictures from her perspective:





12 comments:

R. Sherman said...

Flowers always make for great macro shots. The detail of individual blossoms is amazing, especially with a good digital camera.

Cheers.

geri said...

I've read that very young children have good composition in drawings until such an age (around 7 above) they become conscious symbols for details e.g. eyes, nose, sun, house. From Little Abbey's photos I can see that it goes for cameras too. Pretty shots, I like 2nd photo best!

Eutychus2 said...

These are remarkable ...... I've noted how she likes to get to the center of things! Excellent.

Sage said...

Nice shots, a budding Ansel Adams!

Murf said...

These are great. Funny that she is still looking down and taking photos.

Ansel Adams did more than just thunderstorms in black and white?!?

Bone said...

Anyone can take a perfectly-centered photo of some thing. These are artsy. I foresee a whole new movement. Toddlerism, or something.

That's a lot of flowers. Do you own your own botanical gardens?

Three Score and Ten or more said...

Todlerism indeed. Little Abbey is almost ready for her first show.

edifice rex said...

Those are great!!! Really; I like them a lot.

Ed said...

Bone - My wife thinks she does.

Woody said...

She shoots...she scores!

TC said...

Man, she's pretty talented!

I think she and I would have a great time together :-)

Beau said...

Very, very nice... !