Lens-Artists Challenge #40 – Something Different

If you guys have been viewing my photos over the years, you know all about my travels and know what to expect–maybe some fields in Ireland, flowers and birds in the Galapagos, or buildings in Rome.

So today we’re throwing all that out the window for something completely different: a simple still life photo of everyday life with a toddler.

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I took this one on impulse with my phone, not staged at all.  The light was pouring in the window and I couldn’t help capturing the moment.  My kid likes to scribble but is mostly interested in simply taking the crayons out of the box and them putting them back in.

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I’m sure next week we’ll be back to Europe for photos.  Don’t worry, I’m not planning on switching to being a mommy blogger any time soon!

You can find more different things at the original Lens-Artist challenge.

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4 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #40 – Something Different

  1. For Tyeth April 8, 2019 / 10:56 pm

    Hi Mei-Mei, for moment I thought you were going to say your youngling enjoyed “taking the crayons out of the box and putting them back in their mouth” ! Thankfully not the case.
    And “Mommy Blogging” might have been interesting….how about this for a post title…”My Youngling’s first step into a bigger world” or “Teething, Tantrums and Jedi Trials”? 😀

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    • Mei-Mei April 9, 2019 / 11:09 pm

      I love those titles, FT! Who knows, maybe you’ll be reading those posts sometime in the future! 😀

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      • For Tyeth April 9, 2019 / 11:44 pm

        Hello again, the titles just came to me off the top of my head.

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