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Creativity Boot Camp - Day 5


The time  Bandits have been at my house today and stolen my day. I'm having a couple of days holiday and thought I would get my posting for today done much earlier. Where did today go? Well I did go out for lunch with my Auntie and Uncle, and I then bought myself a new little camera. For this project, I am using my DSLR, but in my bag, I always have my little Samsung point and press. It is quite a few years old now and eats batteries faster than I eat cake, (and believe me I eat it very quickly) so I have bought a Nikon Coolpix. OK I'm beginning to see where the day went.
 Today's prompt for the Creativity Boot Camp was grow, and I have gone with my first choice. I knew Jenny would be coming to see me today; I made a nappy cake for her to give to a friend. She was coming to collect it and bring her lovely daughter. I grabbed the opportunity to grab some pictures of her while she is tiny and before she grows. Boy was this challenging, so far, I have taken pictures of inanimate objects, and a tiny baby is a different ball game. Out of the 36 pictures, I took only a few that were of any use but this one is my favourite.
 and I quite like this as well.
 and this one.
Finally a picture of the nappy cake that allowed me to take these pictures of the little angel.

Our journaling prompt was :
As you listen to the music of your past, begin to think about what your hopes and expectations for life were when you were young and the world was wide open. {If you are young and the world is wide open, get crazy and write your wildest dreams right now.} 

The first time I associated music with anything wasn't until my 20's and then it was with somebody I loved deeply, or as deeply as you can in your 20's. The album was Simon and Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water and in particular this one. The words hold no particular significance but I can see myself sitting in his car as a passenger while we drove down the road, to nowhere in particular. What a classic to associate with a time in my life.

Comments

Sarah P said…
Is there anything better than little baby feet? So precious.
Anesha said…
Love the photo of the tiny foot. Sweet baby and great take on the theme.
Anne said…
What a beautiful, beautiful baby!
Corinne said…
What a sweet little thing! Who doesn't love baby fingers and toes?
Kim Mailhot said…
Really Beautiful ! I especially loved the toes.

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