Monday, October 12, 2009

A day in the life of a boy

Seen through the lens of my Holga.

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17 comments:

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

Love these pics!!

Erin M. said...

These are incredible.

I wish we had a good camera and that we were capable of taking decent photos.

You have a great eye!

Alice in Wonderland said...

I love all the photos! I wish that I had a decent camera to put some of my photos on my blog! But Christmas is just around the corner, and Dear Santa, I have been a really good girl this year....maybe he will read this!

Kimi said...

Great pics. I am totally in love with the first one. I keep hoping and praying it will warm up outside again so I can take outdoors fall pics of my monsters.

Midday Escapades said...

Hi, visiting from SITS. Had to find out what a Holga was. Glad your hubby fixed it.

Yaya said...

Cute!


PS Thank you for stopping by on my special day!

Danielle said...

Very handsome.

Alicia said...

so cute!! how fun!! i'll have to settle for my ghetto digital camera...booo

Martinis or Diaper Genies? said...

I am afraid to have a boy. Dirt and sports are not in my vocab.

SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

i hope a holga is some form of camera and not your third alien eye

Beth said...

Your photos say it ALL! As the Mom of two little boys (4 and 5), I can relate to every single moment. Love 'em! Cheers!

Amanda {My Life Badly Written} said...

Fantastic pics!! Treasures for life!

Daffy said...

Phenominal.... I'm a little nurotic when it comes to the use of a camera. I heart photos! My last order from Kodak was around 417 prints. That just covered 5 weeks worth of shots - and I only bought the good ones :O)

kyslp said...

Great pics!

Tami G said...

your pictures are FABULOUS!!! :)

Neva said...

Oooh, I was just looking at Holga photos the other day, I don't know what link I followed to where but I thought they were so awesome. Thanks for sharing them.
And thanks for commenting on my guest blog. Following ;)

Marisa said...

this has inspired me to go find my husband's holga camera!