What a wonderful photo of a beautiful kid. You managed to capture such a sweet moment. :)
Very cute photo and spot on commentary! Enjoy your Sunday Cheryl!
I love how the focus is on him kissing the grapes and the background is blurred.
I'm waiting if you can manage to find 30 different descriptions of your fellow participants.Happy Easter :)
(Please insert 'to see' in the appropriate place in the comment below!)GRRR :(
haha bet he was fun to watch and i like his hat....have a lovely day today cheryl
It was hysterical. The mom was obviously not of the healthy bent and she was trying to impress the woman who was with them, perhaps her mother-in-law, by feeding both kids foods that confused them because they weren't potato chips.Happy Easter Brian.
Workin' on it. THAT part may be the easiest to do. The list of prompts is totally insane.
Thanks. He's actually trying to eat them and hasn't a clue how that works.
Thanks Nancy.Hope you're enjoying your holiday.
Thanks Ziva. I had such a blast watching him try to figure out what strange food his mother had just handed him and how to get some of it into his mouth.
That is a great photo and it captures an interesting moment. I'm glad that you explained that he didn't know how to eat the grapes because he does appear to be trying to kiss them. Poor child and shame on his mom!!
What a gorgeous portrait of a lovely boy!
LOL, I totally feel for this little boy! The first time I was presented with an artichoke, I was absolutely clueless as to how to eat it!
The oddest part is that neither woman showed him how to take a grape from the bunch. He loved them and ate them all ~ one at a time just like this.
Thank you Linda. He was a joy to watch.
I felt the same way & it just got worse when neither woman showed him how to eat them one at a time.
Thanks for visiting Sequim Daily Photo. I love this series of yours! What great fun! (The prison shot reminds me of a major hotel in San Francisco built after the 1906 earthquake with salt water. My husband was there some years ago to help in renovations and the concrete parts of the structure were about as strong as dust. Amazing & lucky that it's lasted so long.)
this is real cute! :D happy easter!
Anyone ever tell you you're just plain goofy? That is Goofy isn't it? I love the brightness of your pic. Nice.
30 days of photo assignments...you are a brave woman!I've been looking around your blog...great job.
Ha ha! Kissing Grapes!!!!! How sweet!
I've struggled to comment on a few blogs over the last couple of days, hope this gets through. Amazing photo, the sharpness is immense, not to mention the Romanesque grapage... did you just say "hey, I'll give you a fiver to suck these grapes" and then snap away? Seriously, fantastic photo.
It did! The only shots I set up involve dead bugs and flowers. You may not want to know more than tat.
Isn't he adorable? I just love kids and the funny kid things they do.
Why yes. They have and it is and as this thing goes on and on and on, I may get far more than a bit goofy.
Thanks Deb. Not brave rather really really foolish.
Thank you. Happy Easter to you too!
My pleasure Kay. This series could drive me more insane than I am. Knowing folks did this elsewhere makes me feel a tad better about the foolhardiness of those who built this. An experiment that went terribly wrong.
What a gorgeous, fun photo! I hope you got his name, because I'm sure his parents would like to see this. It's so well-lit and composed. I love his crazy hat, too.
Isn't it, though? It's driving me mad, and I helped write it.
From some of the things I've read here and there it sounds like a whole bunch of you had a hand in tossing suggestions into some kind of interweb hat. Did you guys use random.org to whittle down the list to 30? In less polite terms, WHO IS RESPONSIBLE???
Thanks Mike. No, I didn't. It's one thing to take pictures of people; quite another to actually go talk to them. Did you forget I'm a New Englander?
Dang, I love your photos and the quirkiness that sometimes comes with them. Love this! Very fun. I, too, remember trying to suck the grapes off of the stems - when I was a kid, of course.;-)
I am really enjoying your 30 days...very original and fun. And fyi, thanks for putting Shelfari on the bottom of your blog...I have now added one to mine.
What a cute photos. You just have to smile when you see this shot...
Great photo! I love it!
hang in there girlie, you are doing just great! ditto what Ziva said!
What a cute and nice picture !
Oh how lovely!
What a great capture, Cheryl!=)
I'm slowly spinning out of control into the abyss. If I stop posting, send help. ;-)
Quirky? Moi? Nah, you must be lost. (Thanks for dropping by to share in the puddle of muck I'm sinking into more and more rapidly every day.)
Thank you. I forget it's there. It was one of my first triumphs when I first built this thing. Haven't updated the books in ages. Might be time to revisit Shelfari and change it up a bit. If I survive these 30 days of madness.
He was one of my favorites that day. A beach day late in March has got to be the best part of this year so far. The kids were so much fun to watch. The 2-6 year old crowd was foolish enough to be in the ocean. It doesn't even get warm in there in August. They seemed to be enjoying themselves until they turned blue.
Thanks Meleah. It was a great day!
Thanks Gattina. Nice to see you.
Thanks Sue. This is one of the pics I didn't post from the beach day in March. In fact, I think I may have a book's worth.
If you've landed here please wait for Disqus to load!