Did I manage to get out and shoot some new material today?
Do I need to work on my time management?
Anyway, back to this shot ...
One of the things that fascinates me about young children, especially before they can talk, is that it's very difficult, if not impossible, to work out what their world might be like. Take this shot for example. One minute this little lad was happily playing on the swing, smiling at both me and his mother, and the next minute he was entirely distracted by something behind him ... and the fascinating thing is that I had absolutely no way of finding out what that might be as he isn't old enough to tell me. In this case, it was almost certainly something quite mundane, but it does illustrate that there's quite a wide gulf between our world and its younger inhabitants.
11.20am on 9/2/07|
EF 24-70 f/2.8L USM
580EX (-1/3 FEC)