second shooter to a visionary

I followed Laci around the woods today… trying to see what she saw.

My shots don't stack up. I think its the filter I was using.

“Perhaps I am a little like grown-ups. I am getting old”
~ The Little Prince

"The important thing is not the camera but the eye.”

~ Alfred Eisenstaedt

“A lot of photographers think that if they buy a better camera they’ll be able to take better photographs. A better camera won’t do a thing for you if you don’t have anything in your head or in your heart.”

~ Arnold Newman

“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”

~ Ansel Adams

“You cannot depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus”

~ Mark Twain

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      2012.08.08 Edited

      What wonderful curiosity you captured, she looks like a natural:) #7 shows her lining up quite the shot!

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      2012.08.06 Edited

      Oh... but through the eyes of a child, what imagination we would have. ~ Mr. S.
      GO Lacie. What is she using now for her photos? We bought a Sesame Camera and it was a dud. So was the replacement when we returned it. They were too complicated and quit working properly in less than a week. She did lots of "pretend" shots with grandpa but????

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      2012.08.06 Edited

      what a wonderful thing to do marjorie! love the 3rd and 4th shots. it is clear Laci is lost in her art :)

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      2012.08.06 Edited

      ... and you have the best eyes behind every camera and Laci will be the best photographer because she has you :)

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      2012.08.06 Edited

      Beautiful shots. It is difficult to see from another persons perspective because our own thoughts and feelings get in the way. You did an amazing job of this.

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      2012.08.06 Edited

      Wonderful sayings (And Very True). To go with this wonderful set you captured! Thanks for sharing both!