Wednesday, May 18, 2011

a park

The afternoon's, sometimes they drag.
A jaunt to a park helps pass the time away.
Aiding, also, in the exertion of energy.
Little arms, strong legs climbing, scurrying
to get to the top of the playground.
Trees shade from the heat of the sun.
Static electricity from the plastic on
the equipment.
Treasures in the sand
bring imaginations to the forefront of play!


Olivia Arlene said...

Nice! My pictures are inferior to yours and moms :(

Olivia Arlene said...

Oh and so is my writing. Boo!

Laurie said...

Tab- nice shots! Fun subjects!
1. Poppycock!! So much of the time photos have to do with right lighting, a willing subject and the snap coinciding with the expression you want to capture! I know you know that!
2, Writing? So many words and ideas to express takes practice... more practice... and a fair amount of courage (and editing!!) Ask Dad about my hyper-editing- and STILL I'm usually not satisfied with my words and unsure of the blasted rules!!! Bah!
3, NO! Your photos and writing are NOT inferior. Just you mind that (or I'll have to come over and take twenty photos of you!) Hey that's a good idea! Then I would have just about the right amount to have a few good ones! (Never mind! You're photogenic enough that I may get twenty good ones, though usually there is a great amount of trial before I get a decent shot! Usually it's my bad, not the subject's!)

tsbjf said...

Afternoon park visits are great! Did that today. Got the biggest shock ever when I tried to tickle Ada on the slide. Looks like your kiddos had fun!