Wordless Wednesday: My Girl



From January 15, 2012
(This is my daughter Adella with the Canon PowerShot I passed on to her as her photography experiences continue to grow and expand.)

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. First time I ever thought of giving a camera a gender. . . or do I have it wrong and daughter is at the camera?

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  2. we love our tools, our companions in our many occupations and passions...they become friends and take on our energy. . .
    Aloha from Waikiki
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  3. I am wondering the same thing as Paulie. I haven't really given my tools genders, though I do assign them personalities.

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  4. It seems Sandy that we all have the same question as I agree with Paulie.;) Great shots never the less.;)
    xoxo

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  5. Well darn...she is my girl too! Ha
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  6. I like the lighting.

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  7. Nice!

    She has the big girl camera.

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  8. My camera can be a bit bossy sometimes. www.keithsramblings.com

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  9. You are so blessed with such an admirable Girl.

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  10. your girl with a camera? beautiful photo!

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  11. cool photo whether it's your daughter or your camera...

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  12. Great shot for the day and I'm willing to bet she'll be as good as good with her camera as her Mom is with hers! Have a wonderful day, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  13. Anonymous12:31 PM

    Wonderful photo!!!

    (love the book review below-I'm going to look for it now)

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  14. Real nice shot Sandy, love the shadows and darkness really gives the shot that umph feature

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  15. there is something wonderfully sentimental about this capture.

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  16. Like Mother like daughter lol
    This is a nice thing for her to do as a hobby.
    To capture her hands this way on the camera
    in black and white is quite artistic.:)

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  17. I like this picture. It doesn't need any words.

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  18. ie your camera! Such you can say it as well, my girl! :))

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  19. STUNNING! love it!!

    great shadow, too.

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  20. Great perspective on this shot. And I suspect that she has her mother's eye.

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