The Guest Photographer

(Please visit the previous post to understand just WHO this guest photographer is!)

You asked to see some of his photos. So here they are!

It’s interesting to look at the world from a four year olds perspective.

I simply hadn’t stopped to think what a room would look like when you’re four and probably about three feet tall.

Things that interest and fascinate a four year old are often taken for-granted by an adult.

Creative angles and unusual perspectives come very easy to a four year old. Perhaps it wouldn’t hurt some of us to “free ourselves up” again….think like a four year old from time to time.

We had the “horizontal vs vertical” discussion….

My grandson’s very, very favorite place to visit when he comes to our house. The library has an endless supply of DVD’s, cool computers, and very friendly staff.

We took pictures of each other; shared laughs and giggles together; and generally had a good time. And, maybe learned from each other.

In case you don’t know, being a grandparent is simply GRAND!

(Thanks to our “guest photographer” for allowing me to post his pictures on my blog!)

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11 Responses to The Guest Photographer

  1. julielawsonphotography says:

    Wonderful wonderful wonderful series, Sue. He did a great job!!

  2. Mike Palmer says:

    Bravo!! Great Post! I really like the post of the one where he is chimping.

  3. graspthemoment says:

    very cool Sue… Next time take him outside and see what catches his eye in this big ole world of ours!!

  4. He did great! Hopefully he’ll have regular “guest spots” on your new blog Sue. It’s very fun viewing the world through a childs eyes.

  5. suehenryphotography says:

    LOL….Mike, I had to google and find out what “chimping” was!

  6. JRP says:

    I so enjoyed this post.

    I can see his wonderful curiosity of his photography as I look at them.

    I saw your post on the forum and If he is noticing that they aren’t good w/ the FP camera at his age then YES – christmas list definitely (or run out and buy him one tomorrow!!)

    If he is interesting this young then we may see really amazing things from him by the time he is 8!!!

  7. marion says:

    These pictures are wonderful. He has such a clean vision view, if you know what I mean. How wonderful it would be for him to develop a keen interest in his grandma’s hobby. What I did notice that he likes to stand a good bit back from his subject ( except the milk ) perhaps thats going to be his style.

    An absolute treat and thank you so much for sharing

    Cheers Marion

  8. Lesa Clark says:

    Wow, those were great photos!

  9. David says:

    I like the first one with the view out the windows, and how he cropped the shot in the camera!

  10. Natalia says:

    You have such a lovely Blog! Right now Im sitting with a massive cup of coffee seeing all the pictures and the quotes and cant help but leave you a message saying you have put a smile in my face.

    -Natalia

  11. Puna says:

    This is wonderful! I love the perspective. From SS.

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