Wordful Wednesday-Emerging Photographer

Wordful Wednesday is like Wordless Wednesday, only WITH words. It’s for those of us that can’t contain the chatter, but in a good way. More info. in my tabber box titled WW on the right. Thank you for playing along!

#1Β  (#1 as in OLDEST child) decided she wanted to be a photographer for her school newspaper.

#1 borrowed my camera and snapped away.

I think #1 has talent.

#1 has decided she doesn’t want to be a boring old photographer anymore.

I think she should re-consider.Β  Don’t you?

I have a bittersweet surprise to share with you next Wordful Wednesday, so be sure to stop back by, even if you are NOT linking up.


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    Yes, she’s a wonderful photographer! My oldest took an interest for a while and then stopped. Granted, she’s 4…but I hope she starts photographing again.

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    That second picture is absolutely beautiful. You are right to be proud! I’m sure she’ll come back around to this new hobby. Such talent won’t be ignored!

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    Oh, I think #1 should definitely consider keeping up the photography BUT since kids’ minds work the way they do, no amount of us or you saying that will do the trick — let her discover that by herself! It may take more time but will pay off in the long run.

    Not sure how I feel about that “bittersweet” teaser. Guess I’ll know next Wednesday.

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    yes ~ she should stick with the photography thing! it might start out as “boring” but it’s really fun! like a treasure hunt every day. tell her! πŸ™‚

    “bittersweet”? i’m so curious…

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    I love this! Need to encourage my kids to keep working at their photography. They love to create scenes for ME to photograph, but I really should start teaching them how too. Great idea!

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    I’m ALWAYS excited about people developing an interest in photography. I wish I would have discovered it much sooner in life. If so, perhaps I’d be better at it by now!

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    I think she did a good job. Last year for Christmas we got Baby Girl a fairly inexpensive digital camera (under $100), but not one of the kid ones. It is a real camera. She loves it and takes pictures all the time. Some of them are pretty silly, but she still has fun and some of them are really good.

    FYI, I posted the wrong link the first time. I don’t know if it can be removed.

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    I think it is wonderful when children learn to love photography. Your daughter’s pictures are lovely. My three year old has a camera which for a long time she used but not very well but recently everything has clicked into place and she takes very well framed photos and I find it so interesting to see what interests her. Stuffed animals and feet seem to feature quite prominently but she took a wonderful couple of photos of my husband snoozing, he totally unaware that he had been caught πŸ™‚

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    I love handing the kids the camera.. just not MY camera.. ha! πŸ™‚

    I think it’s great that she changed her mind that quickly.. good practice for when she’s married right??

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    I think she definitely has a talent. It is too bad she thinks it is boring LOL. Tell her about all the places some photographers get to go, maybe that will get back into it!


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