Triplets Plus One = Four Times The Fun:
Daily life in a crazy household with four triplets and two crazy parents.
Weird? I don't think so. Those are spectacular! What a collection of examples of God's handiwork as seen through the eyes of a child with lots of imagination and talent, I'm thinking!! Each one tells a story! Good for her! Her teacher will be thrilled with those pictures. Keep us updated on how that class goes for her!
Loved the photos. Tell Sarah excellent job!!easylivingthehardway.blogspot.com
Well the guy with the trombone is a little bit random! Those are great pictures though. She's got a good eye.
The Leibers- the guy with the trombone was the strangest thing I've ever seen while hiking!
Omg, is that where the kids these days play their trombones?
If I am one of the other kids in her photography class, that's it, I'm out.The guy adding a soundtrack to that setting must have been amazing.
Boy your weekend and world looks different than mine. Well, except for the trombone, we actually had a guy playing a trombone this weekend.
The pics are awesome!!
The trombonist must have had some interesting acoustics.I love her photo with the green plant with the red one behind it. (Sorry--I'm from the east so I have no idea what any of them are.) It is striking.
great photos! what's with the trombone player in the wilderness?
Dear Kettle, you are weird. Love, Pot
Is that a self-portrait in the first photo? (shadow @lower right)
That's a petroglyph of me drinking a bottle of wine.
Only one turkey???? Waaaaah
Whenever I would say that one of our kids was weird, my husband would say, "look at us." Yep, we have an unusual life-Love April's response^
I love the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 6th images, as well as the panoramic. Her teacher will probably talk to her about her framing of the panoramic, but she did really well for a beginning photographer!Amy F.
OMIGAWSH, they are LOVELY!Two photography stories..... I took pictures of my sleeping daughter when she was a tiny infant. Set the camera in the crib and forgot about it. My then-2yr old woke up from his nap, checked on his little sister, saw the camera, and used up the rest of the film (yes, I'm old). LOVELY! Angles I'd never considered.That tiny infant grew older. With the lesson that I learned from the older one, I handed her a camera at the park one day - I think she was four. OMIGAWD. Kids have a totally different perspective and it doesn't just have to do with being lower to the ground, though that DOES produce some AH-MAY-ZING photos?Kids are amazing artists. SOOOOOO glad you are supporting her!!!!
I love the trombone player especially since he is wearing a tux. Is there a person in red in the first picture with their arms outstretched? or is it a signpost?