Sunday, January 16, 2011

Scavenger Huntin'

A different view
1.16 (hand)
There is very little privacy in Motherhood.  It's a commodity that sort of vanishes briefly at childbirth and wanes to non-existence soon after.  Doors, though once very effective for asserting one's desire for personal, private time, are ineffective. Close one and hear wails of abandonment, chaos and kid fights, or incessant knocking.  And so, you leave it open and accept that you are the center of attention all the time.  Even in the shower - especially if it has glass doors which you have to close to avoid puddles of water, but which really aren't doors that hide anything.
The Paper Mama Winner, Fifth place:

Why Ashley Sisk, guest judge chose this photo: "Love this shot too - that little hand is so sweet. It's like he's saying "let me out."

Looking up
1.15 (eat)1.15 apple
When he sits down, Mommy seems really tall.
Abstract
1.11 (abstract)
Our favorite dinner staple...
Hair
grigio 1.16
Grigio - our grey haired Italian Greyhound.
Half
one foot
One overworked eight year old foot...

10 comments:

Phoenix Peacock said...

I am in LOVE with the different view shot!!!

Jules said...

Such beautiful pictures!

Robyn said...

Love, love, love your different view. So many times I have seen that little hand, cheek, nose pressed against my shower door. :)

jillconyers said...

Perfect different view shot.

Ashley Sisk said...

Great shots - I especially love the first shot - that perspective is great.

julie said...

All great interpretations! Love the different view...awesome! That puppy shot is adorable too :)

fiddlehead said...

What an amazing set of photos! I love them all....the different view shot actually made me "gasp" in the best way possible it is so amazing!

Thank you so much for your comment on my site. I love the twists in Tessa's hair. It was our first time and did result in some tears....and several lollipops!

theresabridget said...

Lovely group of photos--they are all great I can't even pick a favorite. I love the clarity in them!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

These are wonderful...that 1st one is priceless and so true!

Ashley Elliott Photography said...

love these pictures! Your different view picture is so perfect and creative, great job!