This is my youngest daughter. She’s six, but her love of photography began early, at age two. She quickly tired of the toddler safe camera we bought her and asked to use the “big big camera.”
She began by taking pictures (hundreds!) of her feet. Specifically, she took pictures of her pink shiny shoes, every where we went. She captured memories in a different way. When we went to see Disney Princesses on Ice, I forgot to take pictures. Instead, we have a dozen pictures of my little girl’s feet in the arena, in the car, in the parking lot and in the restaurant after the show.
She outgrew her favorite shoes long ago, but she didn’t outgrow her love of photography!
Here she is with the “big camera”, taking pictures of her American Girl Dolls for a stop motion video. Her sister will help her put it together and teach her how to do the voice overs.
I don’t know what will come next for her, but I’m definitely looking forward to seeing it.
“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”
This post is a part of the Wonderful Wednesday link-up at Pictimilitude and Wordless Wednesday at Create With Joy.