Friday, August 20, 2010

Tay At Five

A pensive Tay at Seaport Village in San Diego

20 comments:

  1. That Ashley makes some adorable babies. This place looks cool. I've always wanted to go to San Diego.

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  2. Probably wondering why that man keeps following her around with a camera....

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  3. Beautiful picture of a beautiful little girl....

    Have a great weekend, Pat.
    Betsy

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  4. I love the way the little hearts on her shirt dance around her sweet face in that photo! - G

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  5. She is a pensive little girl. I wonder what she was thinking about. Is that a slight pout I detect? I love the faces of children...they are so beautiful. I wonder if our brains are programmed to delight in the wonder and joy of a young face?

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  6. She's adorable. What a great shot of her thinking.

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  7. That is a stunning photograph. I love black and white. It really accentuates that beautiful face!
    Ann

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  8. Five must be the universal age when
    children decide that you can no
    longer photograph them....

    You do wonderful portraits as well.!!

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  9. She looks deep in thought. Beautiful photograph, as ever Pat.

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  10. Is she getting tired of your camera:))?
    love it...beautiful shot- Again.

    dawn

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  11. Ally - that she do! If you have the chance to go there, do!

    Bossy Betty - She's turned into a ham now, so It's no problem.
    thanks! You have a good weekend yourself!

    Georgina - she's a cutie, that's for sure!

    DrSoosie - She's a deep thinker. I believe that stuff is instinctual to force us to take care of them.

    Marlene - Thanks! She sure is..

    Ann - Thanks so much!

    Ashley - LOL

    faye - That's so funny and it was true, but she's a ham now...

    Sam - Thanks Sam! (as ever!)

    Dawn - Nah! She'll pose all day!
    thanks!

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  12. Cute kid and super profile shot, Pat.

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  13. I'm like you in that I follow the grand kids around with my camera. At the end of every visit, my son asks to copy my camera card. "You always get such great shots of the kids" he says. Well done, Patrick.
    Rosemary

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  14. She looks a little pissed! Adorable in its own little way!

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  15. Chuck - Thanks Chuck!

    Rosemary - Yup! Me too, I've taken more photos of them than i can even imagine...

    Kimberly - she might have been!

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  16. I truly enjoy non-posed pictures of children. You wonder what it is they are pondering (or scheming). A lovely lass indeed.

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  17. Jerry - I agree, and not just about children. turn me loose in a crowded place with a camera and I can be dangerous...

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  18. Betty - Thanks! She's a cutie...

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