Thursday, May 26, 2011

Grandma's little protégée

Courtney brought her camera along Tuesday so she could take pictures of the new kittens. The grass was very wet in the morning, so we had to postpone the kitten visit till later. Meanwhile, she went out on the deck by herself for a photo shoot. I stayed inside and unbeknownst to her took pictures of her taking pictures. She shot everything that caught her eye, including the sky and even the outlet on the wall of the house. She was very thorough, even zooming in for some closeups. I joined her then for the bike shots. Do click on the collage to get a better view of the soon-to-be-professional at work!


Don't you like how she's eyeing that oriole feeder? Probably judging the best angle or something.


I love her little capris, too.... so cool!


She did eventually see me inside the window.



And we took pictures of each other taking pictures of each other. :)



Smile! You may be HER next subject! She actually does a very good job... she has some really neat pics on that little camera of hers! Wish I could show them to you.


Kitten pics another day..... do come back!

7 comments:

JHRME said...

How cool that she gets to learn that way! I remember begging for cameras but film and developing was so expensive. At least for kid pics.

Grandma G said...

Yeah, how things have changed in the photo business... and toys! :)

Lori said...

love the pic. of Courtney taking a picture of her bike. Blink and it will be of her taking a pic. of her car.

Grandma G said...

No kidding, Lori! Hey, you're getting good at this commenting thing! Way to go! :)

The Luedtke Family said...

I always am in awe to see the pictures kids take. Such a reminder of their perspective of the world. Always looking up, noticing the little details we've taken for granted, and importance placed on basic things. To adorable!

Grandma G said...

Yeah, I could probably learn a thing or two from her, Becky!

JHRME said...

Well toys have always been about imitating grown ups...We had a tiny metal iron back from the victorian days!