Playtime

Playtime is everyone’s favorite time right? And playtime is the theme for this week’s #FavFotoFriday. Thanks once more¬†Sandy of Scribbles and Musings.

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I love the pic above mainly for the cheeky grins on their faces. It was taken with a point and shoot compact proving you don’t need expensive DSLR’s to capture a fleeting moment.

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Back to my Canon DSLR (EOS 40D) for the shot above. It was 40C in Perth and the best place to stay cool was in the pool. Kinda pool kool ūüôā

I have a thing about water droplets frozen by the shutter speed. I like the effect.

The shot below was proof that kids love playtime. They had a mass dive-bombing of the pool to see who could make the biggest splash.

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Note the one kid who thinks he can walk on water!

Finally, below is one big kid and his toy. I did ride it later that day. I do miss my big bikes ūüôĀ

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PS I did go on a diet after seeing that picture!


 

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