Friday, August 8, 2008

Photostory Friday

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and MamaGeek



The Little Things


Miss Peanut Butter was entranced with trying to put rocks through the hole in the stairs of the slide. The rocks we a big hit with a lot of the kids. But she just sat there and tried like heck to get the rocks through the holes. Which allowed me to take this....


I actually took a cool photo. Well I think it is anyway. I fell in love with it as soon as I downloaded it. The sky is so blue and she just seems to pop. It is just the little things.

Not much of a story, but that's okay, I hope.

28 comments:

beth said...

Great shot!

I love capturing the unique little things that get forgotten over time.

jessica said...

it is a cool photo!

i need to take more of MY OWN kids! :(

scrappysue said...

don't be so hard on yourself - it's a GREAT photo! really cool angle and composition and i bet it would look extra groovy if it was saturated a bit too! do u have photoshop?

Kathryn said...

Oh those pigtails! So cute! Great shots!

Indrani said...

Perfect shot against the blue sky. She is so engrossed in her little work, nice angle of the shot.

Cafe Mommy - said...

Too cute (I love her hair). Sky is screaming great summer day and she's totally oblivious to you taking pic...love the shot! Great job..there's a story here...happy toddler on a perfect summer day :*)

Mary said...

Good picture :)
I just love, love, love her pigtails :)

Amy said...

This is a great photo!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

She is so intent on her task at hand. Good job on the pix!

Kim said...

She is so cute!! Great shot!

Working mum said...

Nice perspective; she does seem to jump out of the photo at you, doesn't she?

Julie said...

It is a great shot.

Emily loves doing things like that too. She actually collects rocks (I know lucky me) I had to get a jar for her rocks, so I wouldn't find them all over the house.

Jaysi said...

Really great pictures. I love the pigtails!!! She is a cutie!

Peter Dyrholm said...

I love the blue sky. Makes her stand out really good.

Just wondering what is up with kids and rocks/pebbles... Two daughters and they both have this strange attraction to the little rocks.

That's funny ;-)

how about sand, water and mixing it all up and getting it in the hair mom just put up so nice? ;-)

MamaGeek said...

My she is so sweet with those pigtails. WHAT A DOLL! I love these shots Robyn!

Shannon said...

Great photos! I do the same thing, download photos and fall in love with them. There is nothing like capturing a great photo of your child. So rewarding!

photomommy said...

That is a great photo! I love her little pigtails.

I also love the angle that you used for the photo.

imbeingheldhostage said...

That is a great shot-- I love the angle and her concentration.

Chris said...

This is a really good shot. I love watching kids when they are so engrossed in something. They concentrate so HARD! The sky could be falling, but she is on a mission.

tommie said...

That is a cool photo.

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fvclassic said...

PB is absolutely precious... memories of magic

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Susie said...

Love the pigtails!

After looking at it for more than a moment, I could actually see how round the earth seems against the sky-I can actually imagine the earth moving-counterclockwise though.
What a cool picture! I too love the little things and a popping blue sky!

raising4boys said...

It's so nice when they find something to keep them busy for a long time.

Ryanne said...

That is a great series of shots and you can see her concentration. Peanut Butter is adorable.

Cecily R said...

Oh, I LOVE that shot of PB! Isn't it just so fun when you download shots and find treasures like that??!!

LOved this PSF, Robyn!

Pinky said...

Yes, it is the little things. She is precious.
Good shot.
I read the post below, and I can totally relate. I have a two year old girl and a four year old boy. Been there with both of them.
Hang in there, sista.
You're not alone.

Golightly said...

What a doll! I love those pig tails!

Thank you for stopping by my blog and your kind words. I look at those photos and think how lucky I was that there were not a lot of people in the street that day.

Shireen said...

It's a real captured moment. A real treasure :-)