Yesterday my son and I went for a little stroll after he was done playing with his friends. He raced with them for hours and after tiring himself out, he told me “Gimme hands-a-walk-a-Mommy.” In his 3year old lingo, that translates to “Take my hand and walk with me, Mommy.” So, that we did. As we walked around our neighborhood, he then pointed out “Pwetty fwowers.” I stopped to see where he was pointing and at my feet was an impressive arrangement of wildflowers. They were all so full of color and beauty it was hard to believe some people would consider them weeds. Contained within that bunch was one lonely, bright daffodil. (A planted flower; bright yellow in color and a common symbol of spring.)
Of course, as someone who thoroughly enjoys photography (when I’m not writing or illustrating) I just had to pause and take some photos. My son was ecstatic. He truly appreciates the beauty of nature. I can only hope he continues to share this enjoyment with me all through his life.
Without further ado,
Here are my photographic results from yesterday:
Kissed by the Sun
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Happy April, everyone!
Updated 4/18/15: My Twenty20 gallery has been shut down & is no longer a funtioning store. You can find my new gallery here: