We pass over the camera, and we get to see what they see.
This is love through the eyes of my girls.
Today, as you push through the stuff of the world — the relating, the doing, the questioning and the all of it that makes you tired just to think — take a moment to capture what you see.
And know first that you are loved.
(the first look through my girls’ eyes — Joy)
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I know I’m partial, but I think so. :) Thank you, Becca!
I said it before, so excuse me for repeating myself but…I think that it is one of life’s sweet privileges to see through children’s eyes. And I think that this idea of yours to feature it here is a positively lovely gift to us. So thank you, Ashley! (One of those girls has quite the photographic eye! No names please!) :)
I agree, Mama. We can guess what children see, but I love this evidence of it — these remembrances of what they experience when they look at the world. We’ll keep on doing this. :)
Love it. Seeing what’s important enough for a child to shoot a picture of, how insightful of you!
I like what you say, Don — “what’s important enough for a child to take a picture of.” They receive so much input, so it’s great to see what they select. What rises to the top of their experience of love, joy…Thank you.
I love this series of photos.. I’m thinking how cool would it be to do this annually as they grow up.. xo Smidge
What a great idea, Smidge!
They show us, thru their eyes, how life can be beautiful, poignant and uncomplicated. Believing in the good of others, will paint for them, a picture of love and understanding.
I’m so struck by the poignancy of these images, these frames in time… this time that keeps passing. How glad I am to have their view. I try to see it without the camera, but their images sure help capture the beauty.