Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Wordless Wednesday

I wish I could take credit for this picture, because I really like it, but it was taken by my 14 year old daughter. The girl has inherited her momma's love for taking pictures! Thank heaven for digital cameras with no film to buy or develop!

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35 comments:

Holly said...

Amen to that! I think my 9 year old daughter is getting a camera for Christmas for this very reason! Great photo!

Hugs,
Holly
Holly's Corner

Starrlight said...

I love those, they are just gorgeous!

YellowRose said...

Beautiful picture! Your daughter has skills!!

Mines up!

Rebecca said...

My soon-to-be-six-year-old (boy) is getting a digicam for Xmas. I cannot wait to see a zillion shots of the toilet, his tongue, the floor, Daddy's feet, my rear. JOY! It will be fun - really.

Rav`N said...

that is such a beautiful picture... both the subject and the composition

Mama Duck said...

Oh, I love that about digital, I would have spent a fortune developing regular film..... Happy WW!

Missy said...

Great composition! Both the near and distant meld without either dominating. No way for the eyes to get bored. ;) I love it!

Jessica said...

Beautiful photo!

Jennifer said...

what a great shot! She does have talent!

happy WW!

Christie said...

that's a beautiful picture! happy ww!

Mama Lily said...

Lovely shot. Very intriguing. I could look at it for a very long time. Happy WW. Thanks for visiting.

local girl said...

Maybe she should become a photographer. That's a really great shot!

The Foo said...

your daughter has a gift. :-)
great pic... happy WW!

tiggerprr said...

Very nice pictures! My daughter takes lovely ones too, with great composition. I think their minds are less cluttered than ours and they see things much simpler than we do.

Tasra Dawson said...

Love it! She's definitely got an eye for perspective and framing. Let her keep snapping away...may be a career in it for her!

lori said...

This is a great picture. I must get me a digital camera.

crickl said...

That's a beautiful picture! Great compostition and framing. I want that wind chime!

Happy WW
crickl's nest

Gattina said...

I like very much the composition and the picture is good ! Congratulations to your daughter !

Daddy Forever said...

Talented daughter you have there. My five year old is showing interest too. She likes to use my camera so I guess I need to get her one soon.

mar said...

Beautiful angle, your daughter is very talented!
Yes, I love digital cameras and instant "developing"!
happy ww!

Beckie said...

COOL shot! Is that the view from your kitchen~WOW. Our youngest daughter is getting into photography too. You wouldn't believe how many rolls of undeveloped pictures I have. Love that digital!

Viamarie said...

Nice shot and what a beautiful scenery behind.

My WW is up too.

Sanni said...

A great pic she took! Nice view, b.t.w.
Happy WW from Germany,

Sanni

Grafted Branch said...

That's lovely. That's Arizona! (You're making me a little homesick.)

Julie Julie Bo Boolie said...

That is really really beautiful!

Lynn said...

What a beautiful view!

amy said...

What a great view!

Kristen said...

Wow! I am thoroughly impressed. What skill! I love it.

Mine is up, too.

Chaotic Mom said...

Wow. That is a REALLY cool photo. Good job to your young one! Digital photo? How neat to take something like that and see it right away. ;)

I've posted "My Fantasy Tree", today. Enjoy!

Barbara H. said...

Lovely view!

Eagles Wings said...

Cool photo! yep she's following your footsteps :-)
Blessings
Mine is up B&W finally got it posted :-)

Domestic Goddess said...

I agree about the film to develop! Great picture!

Melli said...

Ohhhhhh I LOVE those kind of windchimes! They're so pretty! And so is the VIEW behind them! And ain't it the truth about digital photography! My kids all came up on "film" ... and what a LOT of money it cost to teach them how to take a proper photo! Digital is waaay better!

Brony said...

Very cool photo. You're right, thank goodness for digital cameras.

Happy WW!

Loogy said...

Nice pic...Where was that window and all the greens outside