Tuesday, April 20, 2010

My Son, The Photographer

Usually when the camera comes out, this is what my son looks like.

He wants the camera. He wants it bad. So, last night I let him have at it, and here is what he got. We’ll title this, “Woody: A Character Study.”




There are many more pictures part of that compilation. I was just giving you a teaser. He also started calling Woody “Dada” while taking these pictures. So, we can add Woody to the list of Dadas (which also includes Jeff Probst and Rich on Imagination Movers). Before he finished, he got this picture of our cat.

He is a surly cat. He is thinking, “That kid will be the end of me. Where did he come from, and can he go back?”

I hope you enjoyed my son’s obvious giftedness and artistic vision. He is now working on an interpretive dance scene for the movie, Cars.

17 comments:

LambAround said...

I love this! You should give him the camera once a week and his photos can be a weekly feature on your blog. :)

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Oddyoddyo13 said...

So cute! Just watch, he'll be the next greatest photographer...hehe.

Lacie @ Creative Attempts said...

I love it....we gave our son an old cell phone that had a camera on it and you should see the fun we find on there lol

Lucy said...

That is funny. You should get him to do another photo story......

Finding My Weigh said...

Awesome. Our little man wanders around the house with an old broken camera, pointing it at everything and saying "CHEESE! Cheese table, cheese window, cheese Mater..." keeps him busy long enough for me to unload and load the dishwasher!

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Awww, I love it! He did a great job. My 7-year old runs around the house taking all kinds of photos with an old digital camera that I gave her. It's so great to see things from their perspective.
Thanks for stopping by and linking your WW post up over at my place. Have a great day!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
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Trooper Thorn said...

At least he's not filling up the camera's memory with pictures of his penis (yes, there is a story there).

kathryn said...

Well. It is obvious that he is truly gifted. Has anyone contacted Annie Liebowitz? I'm sure I've got her number here somewhere....

Sophia's Mom said...

Our cat feels the same way. Although I think Sophia is finally wearing her down...

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Anonymous said...

So freaking funny!

WarsawMommy said...

I'm with LambAround: weekly feature, for sure!

As for that interpretive dance: my son has one of his own. Maybe they can collaborate? 'Cars' as it has never been seen!

Heather said...

That is too adorable! I'm scared to let my kids touch my camera. LOL My 11 year old has his own, but my 6 and 3 year old want to use mine. I haven't braved it yet. Maybe I'll let them use their brother's. ROFL He'll appreciate that!

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WhisperingWriter said...

He took some great pictures!

Dr. Heckle said...

Understandable. I call Jeff Probst "Dada" too.

Pink Haired Momma said...

Thats cute! I love the calls woody dada!!

K. Rock said...

Very cute. When we go to themall, every mannequin my youngest sees is "mama".

The Drama Mama said...

So very cute!! He did great with the camera, too.