Kids, Cameras and Kaleidoscopes

Say that three times fast!

Some of you out there are photographers, quite good ones in fact. I have had the pleasure of viewing some of your work. Here I present some budding kids. Their work is a kaleidoscope. I chose to include the frames that were not all in focus because it is kids. I think it is important to see their experimentation and hopefully growth.

The story:

Our neighbour saw the crew setting up their ware for a yard sale and she donated some items. One was a kaleidoscope. This little treasure came inside instead of to the sale table. By the end of the day the picture had become the talk of the house. I have a camera that is for all of us. Expensive if broke? Yes, but not as costly if we had the old film camera and developed a bunch of rolls with blurry, crooked, unknowns on it!

I present a look through a child’s eyes….enjoy!

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About sixathome

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ Mom to six children that have never been sent to school.
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