Friday, September 12, 2008

Getting A Little Perspective Today




Today is A Little Perspective Day!

A day to focus on how are children view the world through the lens of a camera. The shot above was taken with a trust point and shoot many years ago when my youngest daughter was barely 2 years old. Pretty sweet shot!

So, let's see what your shutterbugs have come up with!

Leave your links in the comments so we can take the day to click around for a Little inspiration. And don't forget to add your pix to our Flickr pool too.

For tips on how to get your children into the 'click' visit my article at PBS Parents.

10 comments:

melody is slurping life said...

Wow, wonderful perspective from a two year old. So it seems BOTH daughters have their mother's artistic eye.

Here one from Mac, then 10, now 11...

a pixie party

Mia's Mama said...

Mia just shot the shot of the squirrel and went banana nuts! At 2 1/2, squirrels just ROCK!

Here's what my little Mia came up with this week....it's SOOC.

http://mias-mama.blogspot.com/2008/09/little-perspective-day.html

Joanna said...

That is really cute. How great from a 2 year old!

Ella's Perspective

Blueberry said...

great shot!

here is my little bean's view of the park

Mariah@playful learning said...

Thanks Tracey for all of the great posts on children and photography! The images are amazing. I put together some resources as well...

http://www.playfulearning.com/Playful_Learning/Blog/Entries
/2008/9/12_Through_the_Eyes_of_a_Child%3A_
Children_%26_Photography.html

ELK said...
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ELK said...

Tracey fun to see all the future photographers in the mix!

mine is on the flickr site...

Golightly said...

How fun! Such a busy day at work I forgot all about it!

Here's mine

Or should I say Harrison's

Christina said...

I love this idea! I'm just 2 days late getting my post up. :o)

Green and Natural Mommy said...

Tracey,

The perspective of a child is always interesting. My children got hold of my camera because I was tired of telling them, "no." Here is what they came up with http://littlegreensecrets.com/2008/08/20/this-is-what-you-get-when-the-children-get-the-camera/ .