Thursday, September 4, 2008

And yet...

There are so many things wrong with this photo. It's not straight, it's blurry, it's over-exposed, it's poorly composed, it was supposed to be a self portrait (at least some of my hair gets into the edge of the shot) and I only just held on to the camera.

And yet you know it's a happy moment, don't you?

Doesn't that make it a great photo?
PhotoStory Friday
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16 comments:

scrappysue said...

exactly! amen to that. mine's up too

echoeve said...

This is really a great
Look at me the happiest kid on earth picture
thanks for sharing

Tiaras & Tantrums said...

aww - so cute - I have so many of these shots too!

Reluctant Housewife said...

It's a beautiful photo... Just look at that smile!

Cecily R said...

That is a blissuflly happy shot...in fact, I think it might be perfect.

CrackerJacks said...

Blurry or not, you have captured a great memory! That's all it's about! Great fun!

Sharon said...

Pure joy - what better picture could there be than that?

Shellie said...

yes! It does.

Rebecca said...

Oh, it's beautiful! Your both going to love that photo forever. Pure joy.

Chris said...

I'd say this picture is a great representation of life as a parent. We're just barely hanging on, while the kids shove us into the wings. Good thing they're so cute!

Susan said...

I can't get enough of happy kid pictures!

gigi said...

I like the unusual. This one stands out as special. Peaches is growing so fast. She sure is precious.

Amanda said...

These are my faves. The unposed. I like it when things don't go quite right.

Jana said...

I love this photo! The look on her face is priceless. It represents everything that childhood is...or at least should be.

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Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

happy exudes from that face!

Working mum said...

Happy is good! Who cares about the 'rules' of photography?

I had a similar one of daughter on my desk for a while, it made me smile every time I looked at it.