Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Y is for Youngest- The Alphabet Photography Project



This week is half term here and I took my five youngest children to a friend's cottage in the Cotswolds for just a couple of days.

We decided to visit Bourton-on-the-Water - my children love paddling in the river there even when it's freezing cold!

I took my DSLR camera and had been snapping the beautiful buildings, the river, bridges, the trees and of course the children.

My eldest son and his girlfriend had travelled up from Portsmouth to join us and the younger children were very excited when he told them they could all choose sweets in the old fashioned sweetshop- his treat!

The lady in the tiny sweetshop looked less impressed when we all crammed in and she realised she had to weigh out 7 different lots of sweets tipping them out of jars onto scales then into little paper bags.

My picture shows Grumpy - my youngest who was so pleased with his bag of jelly crocodiles that he insisted I photograph each and every one of them!

4 comments:

  1. That's such a wonderful photo, the simple pleasures of a jelly crocodile :) #alphabetphoto

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    1. it was slightly sticky as half his pleasure was playing with it before eating it!

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  2. Ha ha - hopefully he didn't have too many then! Great y and lovely photo :)

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