Say What?

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Friday 21 March, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Kids expressions are so genuine to photograph. There is no pretence, no fake smiles, no acting; just what you see is what you get. But what goes through their minds I wonder, what are they thinking about?

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Just imagine, these large people keep coming over and shove some little machine in yer face, it goes ‘click’, followed by them are going “Ahh, so cute”. What’s that all about?

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16 thoughts on “Say What?

  1. tinapumfrey says:

    So cute! I’m looking forward to three more new nieces or nephews to photograph and get to know in the near future. 🙂

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  2. You are absolutely right, we could see real expressions but only one trouble, hard to get sharp image. They will always be moving in 3 dimensions 🙂

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  3. newbloggycat says:

    I think he’s saying ‘Hei, can I have some privacy here?”…..LOL

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  4. Marie says:

    I think they wonder the same thing when they see us ignoring wonderful things such as our toes and fingers…

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  5. Amy Pinkrose says:

    Just precious, Uncle Spike!!! xxoo, Amy

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  6. Ninna says:

    Crazy grown-ups?

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  7. fredrieka says:

    some people think I actually pose for pictures because I know it is all about me

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