Monday, April 17, 2006


I'm going to send some photos to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, hopefully the fact that they are photos of goats is not going to be an issue. I decided that since I'm going through the effort of making up a package, that I would like to see both my kids enter in the Junior Division- so these are the shots!!

When I unloaded the camera into the computer and was scanning the previews... I FLIPPED- I asked my son, he's 8... "did you realize what you were doing when you took this picture? Do you know what composition is?" he said, "Well I know what it is when you are writing, but I don't know what it means with photography." So I proceeded to show him all the ways this photo has awesome tight composition... he looked at me and shrugged... "well I was just trying to get all the goats in the picture!" oh man... the photo of the year is taken by Mr. Humility.



My daughter loves this enhanced picture of April and Stormy.

8 comments:

C.Cheapskate said...

...following the shameless plug from the Yarn Crafts forum LOL ...

WOW! I cannot believe how great that picture your son took is! Fabulous! (and, I'm slightly humbled myself as my pics are never nearly as good ...)

Best Wishes!
kara
http://xanga.com/knittingkara

Kellie said...

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Kellie

knitsteel said...

That is a fantastic picture that your son took.

Ahrisha said...

What wonderful pictures of your goats. Not being familiar with these lovely fiber growers, are they Angora Goats? My most favorite yarn.
The pic of Nana is just priceless!

Vegan Knitting said...

Hey there missie! How about an update? How are those goats doing?

amy said...

where did you go? I miss reading your blog! Could you tell me about that skirt pattern? I'd like to knit one for my niece.

Kat said...

Well obviously your photography talents run in the family.

That black and white photo is truly wonderful!!

mandsknits said...

What a gorgeous picture your son took. It would be an amazing blank greeting card!