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8/25/12

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

 
 
 1.  School
 
 
2.  Rule of Thirds
 
 
3.  Side Profile
 
 
4.  Small
 
 
5.  Motion
The Paper Mama Photo Challenge
Happy JaxSerenity you
 
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34 comments:

Linda said...

Such great shots of the kids...love the fisherman!

Sue said...

I love the fishing shots...and again, those cute feet!
I think he could model them.

=)

LisaShaw said...

Precious friend,

I have MISSED....MISSED....did I say, MISSED my visits with you and the boys on your blog!!!!

But I have prayed for you, Neil and the boys more than a time or two this year as I carry you all and your visit with me in 2010; in my heart.

Love the photos!!! I pray an awesome school year for the boys! My oldest daughter's children began school (my Grandgirls). One is in KDG and the other Preschool. My youngest daughter has entered into her 2nd year of college and so excited for her future too!

Praying for you! Love you!

john said...

I like your blog. You have a unique and interesting style.

Kathy said...

I've always wondered at what point/age do cute little kids feet morph into big ugly adult feet? You definitely captured the former here :)

Jill said...

These are terrific!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Fantastic Photography ~ full of life! ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Karen said...

There is something that is so invigorating about new school supplies! Love the fishing photos...such serenity.

Patti said...

Love the "small" feet!
Such a great series.

tiarastantrums said...

oh - I love that pencil shot - I even said it out loud!!

Buckeroomama said...

I really love Side Profile. :)

Have a great week, Dina!

Heather said...

I like the ripples in the water for motion! Great shots Dina.

Pieni Lintu said...

Great shots all!!!

Magdaleena said...

Oh, I just love these! The first one is my favourite, very creative! =)

Tamar SB said...

Love those pencils, nothing better than freshly sharpened pencils with perfect erasers!

Karen Lakis said...

Great shots! School is so creative and motion is really pretty!

Marilyn said...

Oh Dina, that rule of thirds shot is SO superb! I just LOVE it.. Beautiful captures for this series.. Thanks SO much for sharing via Finagle A Foto Today.. Wishing you a beautiful week.. xo

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely photos!

Melissa Bliss Rich said...

These are wonderful! I especially love your small!! ;)

Rosemary Aubut said...

Great photos! Love the precious little feet!

Ida said...

Very nice job with the prompts.
The School shot of the pencils was so well done. I saw a similar one this week on someone's blog using crayons.
My favorites from your set:
Side Profile and Motion.
The Motion shot has a wonderful nostalgic feel.

Jen said...

Dina, I swear, every week we have at least one shot in common!! This week it was school. Love all of your photos...especially motion, it's so calming.

MG Atwood said...

Great set! Love those small feet. so sweet.

Melanie said...

Girrrrl, I just plain ADORE your photography. LOVE these all! OH, those cute tootsies, & that quote is so adorable & perfect! The side profile shot is splendid & love rule of thirds... basically you rock. Shutting up now) HUGS.

Deborah said...

great interpretations!
and I love 'motion' that you posted for YSB ...

Skye said...

I just love the pencil eraser photo! Wow!

Skye said...

I just love the pencil eraser photo! Wow!

Kimberly said...

Great set! Love the pencils. Nothing says back to school like shiny new pencils. With erasers that haven't been eaten yet. :)

Cedar said...

Nice to see your boys again! Always adorable!

Love that shot of the pencils, too!

Nancy Claeys said...

Great captures of those kiddos Dina. Thank you for sharing at YSB this week.

Danelle said...

Great set! I love the fishing shots.

Cropped Stories said...

Great theme interpretations! I am loving the rule of thirds and small one!

Thoughts for the day said...

Welcome to the 'Sunday community'.

Seizing My Day said...

Love your rule of thirds... too cute! and oh my word Sam is getting so big!! ;) he's lost those little boy cheeks!