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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

ME, MY DAD, AND STARBUCKS


Hey this is a neat place.


Just look at all the people in here.


Oh yes, and that lady over there is taking some photos of me. I heard her ask my dad if she could. I better put my best face on.


At last, a refreshing drink that my dad bought just for me.


Yummm!

20 comments:

  1. Cute little girl, good pictures and captions. I hope Dad and Mom see your blog. Do you have little "business" cards with the blog address on it? You can get very inexpensive, design-your-own online.

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    1. June -- I do have some cards that I carry and hand out sometimes. I do need to redo them as they are getting outdated. Sometimes I am not sure if the photos will develop clearly so I hesitate to hand out all the time. thanks for the comment -- barbara

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  2. Pretty little vignette. I love any shade of redhead.

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    1. Joanne -- And those beautiful eyes of hers! Along with her winning smile. Children have such wonderful expressions. thanks -- barbara

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  3. She is having so much fun, & you too!! I like to see parents having café time with their children. We didn't have that, for that matter, did we even have cafés?
    It's interesting how even very young children are now so aware of the world of photos.
    I know Starbucks is a big chain & I'm supposed to buy local, but I really do like Starbucks.

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    1. Rita -- I can't remember coffee houses being around my area when I was young. And I really don't see very many folks bringing in children to coffee houses. This little winsome miss stayed in her seat and just enjoyed the scene. She seemed to sense she was in an adult world. My favorite Starbucks drink is their Americana. thanks -- barbara

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    1. Michelle -- Cute she was -- very winsome. thanks -- barbara

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  5. I am enjoying the variety you have been injecting in the blog. These little snippets of life are like mini-chapters and cling to our hearts like a love letter. With each one we are enticed on to the next.

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    1. Raining Iguanas -- Young children are so innocent. They are authentic with their emotions. They have not taken on the games of our society yet. This is what I try to capture -- their truthfulness through their facial expressions. thanks for the nice comment -- barbara.

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    1. Tammy -- She sure was photogenic. I was lucky her dad gave me permission to take photos of her. thanks for the comment -- barbara

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    1. Hattie -- thanks but one would need to add 70 years on her face to look like me! thanks-- barbara

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  8. Good pics! A willing (and cute) model is so nice.

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    1. Vicki -- Children seem, for the most part, rather oblivious to cameras today. Everyone either has a real camera or a cell phone with a camera and kids have become immune to it all. i still get permission before I shoot. thanks -- barbara

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    1. Diane -- thanks Diane -- I've been reading "Humans of New York," a wonderful present from my granddaughter." The author is a street photographer -- he has many excellent photos of children as well as people of all ages. The book has about 400 full page shots. -- barbara

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  10. A very lively little lady, and I liked that you asked the father before posting. I'm very careful about posting my grandchildren - I seldom do and never in a way that makes them recognizable.

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    1. visualnorway -- was fun to take the photos. I never put names or locations when I shoot children, And I always get permission. Yes it is always good to take precautions.Have you read "Humans of New York." You might like it as it has 400 full page street shots of folks. I found it interesting. thanks for the comment -- barbara

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