Sunday, June 12, 2011

Details, details.

I am living at the ball fields these days.  Baseball and softball.  Eight days a week.  Or close to it.  Such nice people.  And good playing.  It's a happy thing.

Of course, I bring my camera with me.  When we spend all day at a tournament there is some hang time.

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I have looked at a lot of beautiful photographs that other people have taken in recent months, and I am learning to notice the details.

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So yesterday while we were hanging, I zoomed in closer.

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I loved the textures I found.

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It made me wish I could go back

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and photograph the little hands and feet
that have gotten so big at my house.

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But those hands
are helping small children
and giving friends high fives.

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I would not trade them for all the toddler hands in the world.
They are amazing.

3 comments:

Skeller said...

I've had that very same thought over the years ... ;-)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Great insight Tracy - every age and stage is the best yet. And still, the best is yet to come. blessings, marlene

Life with Kaishon said...

This post was beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. I love what you captured Tracy!