Friday, April 1, 2011

through the greta lens

The hot sun and the pull from the camera strap on the back of my Little Flower's neck made her look a little wilted as we walked to Prytania Street the other day.   But once we arrived it was Japanese food and then mint chocolate chip ice cream (and handing the camera back over to me) that perked her back up.  This is what she photographed along the way.  I find these quite beautiful, don't you?  If so, leave her a comment.  She will love it! 











10 comments:

Seaweed.x.Pete said...

~~~ W O W ~~~ What Great Pictures , Very , Very COOL ...Greta has the Eye of a Artist ,,, I'm not Surprised ...!

Zachary Fannin said...

WAAAAAAHHHHHHHT!? Greta, these photos are fantastic! It is such a treat to see what you see. Excellent colors and original compositions. These pictures made my day. Thanks for sharing lovies!

The Kender-Page said...

What an eye, Greta! Way to capture the beauty in the little things,

Kelli said...

beautiful photos Greta! I'll be sure to show them to Mae and Chloe.

Misha Lulu said...

Greta, these are so beautiful! you have a great eye! Thank you so much for sharing!

Zachary Fannin said...

I just found a hidden Greta in the reflection of the scooter headlamp. Bonus points!

Peggy Ray said...

Wow! Great Greta! I can't believe you took these!!!! I thought for sure your mom took them because they are so grownup, so sophisticated and so gorgeous! I want prints!!!! My very favorite is the one that says "water" because I love water and I took some pictures like this of water covers too, but yours is the prettiest one I ever saw! You are a very talented photographer, girl friend! I'm going to show them off to all my friends.

Raine and Sage said...

A-MAZING images!!! The mesh fence really was a stand out for me as far as attention grabbing. Almost 3-D like.

Milady Productions said...

Greta! You are GREAT! WOW!

Sara said...

Fabulous. What a great perspective Greta has! I especially love the 2nd image, of the trees. Gorgeous.