Monday, September 27, 2010


:a way of regarding situations, facts, etc, and judging their relative importance

B is in a photography club at school this year.  She is thrilled to have the excuse to take photos of anything and everything and I love the way they are using photography to help students articulate their thoughts not just in images but words.

As a treat today, I thought I would share some of B's photographs and give you a glimpse of her world and her way of seeing her world.

A Bird's Nest?

B's Serious Sister

B's Silly Sister

B's Art

The View from B's Window

Self Portrait of B

A Notebook

Our Front Window

B's Friend

B's Art Room

B's Art Club Friend
It's amazing to see the world through my daughter's eyes and realize what a good eye she has.  I especially love her photo of the front window and the translucence of the curtains.  I'm sure we would all be well served to try to see the world through someone else's eyes, if only for a few moments.  Whose perspective do you need to see through?


Anonymous said...

I sent Audrey to overnight camp with a couple disposable cameras. I'm chagrined by this post because I haven't yet developed them. You've inspired me to drop them off tomorrow. Thanks, Shannon! Christine

Kat said...

Looks like she lives in a lovely world! it reminds me of my world as a little girl. can´t wait until I get a chance to see through my girls' eyes someday. What a treat! (and how cute are your kids!)