Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Picture Perfect ~Looking Through

 
 
There is nothing else like "Looking Through" the eyes of a child.  The innocence.  The imagination.  The whole world is a place of magic and adventure.
 
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34 comments:

  1. Thanks lisapea. That's my grandmonster Matthew.

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  2. Ain't' he a cutie Libs? He's also very mischievous...takes after his other grandmother, Vamp.

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  3. lol my grandson has huge eyes too.

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  4. Matthew's eyes are like big pools of water....clear, not troubled, or tainted.
    I love his name too of course!

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  5. OMG! SUCH BEAUTIFUL BLUE EYES... LOVE YOUR INTERPRETATION!. DONTCHA JUST LOVE THIS PICTURE PERFECT IDEA??

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  6. No troubles for him...just the ones he gives us...LOL

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  7. Thank you Chrisakasweets. I look forward to picture perfect everyweek. Right now, I'm gonna post a link there and I'm off to work.

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  8. Well...looks like we have the same idea....I just found a pic of my son when he was little...need to get it scanned and posted....mine is more on the comical side though...lol....Great pic girl!

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  9. Wow! Lovely photo. Lovely eyes. I think children just glow for the lens!! I have one up also.

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  10. Great shot. The child like emotion just leapt from the page.

    Nicely done.

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  11. Such curious eyes! I guess we had a little something similar this week. :) Only my son took the picture for me! Thank you for stopping by!

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  12. Wonderful pic! It really captures the child's curiosity. And the pic even has Viggo Mortensen in it! ;)
    Thanks for checking out mine.

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  13. Wonderful take...isn't it fun to remember how things looked through our eyes as a child? Back when all things were possible and everyday was magic!

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  14. Great portrait and super interpretation. Wow, those eyes.

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  15. You sure do know how to take 'em... Photos, that is. Love the shot, and it makes me want to know what he was thinking.

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  16. What beautiful eyes.......just the beginning....great photo

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  17. I chose the eyes of a child too, only a different perspective. Thanks got a beautiful post of a gorgous child.

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  18. what great eyes!!! nice pic.. thanks for stopping by....

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  19. LOL boy was we both on the same thought train with this Theme, I have 2 foregin exchange students here wiht us as well so you should have seen them when i went running around the house with the digtial and hollering let me see your eyes LOL they really think i'm crazy now LOL... so i guess the ol saying is true Great minds do think alike, Great picture

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  20. Hei Linda

    True, true what you are saying.
    Well done.
    Have a grand weekend.
    Rii :)

    Mine's up as well...

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  21. I think you should pay me for the rights of using my grandson's pic in your blog...:P

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  22. He's just beautiful! His eyes look so excited, so alive!

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  23. Beautiful post and beautiful eyes peering from that book . . . awesome post!

    Thanks for visiting my Picture Perfect post!

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  24. That was great - his eyes are gorgeous. Also, I'm a fan of that movie, so it all fit well for me!

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  25. I have 4 small children. Ranging from 7 to 2 and every day I see something new. Mine's up too if you wanna take a look.

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  26. I agree 100%, as I have two darling little boys that have opened my eyes to a whole new world.

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  27. Beautiful!!
    Thanks for stopping by at mine:-)

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  28. ... and what eyes they are! You are so right, looking through the eyes of a child can carry us back to our own innocence. Great pic.

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  29. Hm... I rather like the world those eyes are focussed on.... imagination... magic.... adventure! What big eyes : )

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