Thursday, October 1, 2009

Back with more! Javin's Photos in the park!

PhotoStory Friday
Hosted by Cecily and Linds

First I want to say to all of you PSF's out there that I am sorry I took up so many of the slots, it wasn't showing it was linking...I promise I am not a SUPER LAME brain. I tried to remove them, but I guess that isn't in my jurisdiction...so if you made it here without being too angry with me...welcome, and again I am sorry!

Ok, it has been a very long time since I put any of Javin's pictures up. It is not that he hasn't been very prolific in photo taking, it is just that they have been downloaded to Aaron's computer, making it harder for me to access them! With out further adieu, here is one or two of his best in the recent past pictures!
Most of these, Ok all of them are from our recent trip to Glacier National Park. He loved it there and continually begs to go campin' again.
"Look Mamma, a fire truck. Red and Black, a fire truck!"
"Oh, it not a fire truck? It a bus? Why look like a fire truck?"
He wanted to take a fire picture like I was working on. So we set up the tripod and put his camera on it and let him have at it...not bad eh?
"Oh Mamma, Daddy, look how pretty!"
I was taking pictures of the rain drops on the leaves, then I look over at Javin, and there he is hunched over, trying to get the perfect shot too!
As you can see, his images are getting much better. Now that he is using a camera that has a working view screen and he can actually tell what he is capturing, he can take a pretty decent photo. He still gets his finger on the lens on occasion, but for the most part he is intently trying to capture the things that interest him!
I wish I could let him fill you in on what he was thinking when he took them, but beings that he is only 3 and a half and can't write you get my interpretations!

2 comments:

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Well those who don't crop by are missing out on Javin's great captures! He took some super shots!
People need to get over the extra entries ............ dust off, sis!

Jenny said...

That is a cool bus :)