Photo-A-Day #1968

Taking a Little Commentary Posting Break. Here is why.

Photo Information

Date Taken: August 28, 2010
Camera: Nikon Corporation (Aff Link)
Model: NIKON D80 (My Flickr)
ISO: 400
Exposure: 1/50sec
Aperture: 9.0
Focal Length: 28mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: Aperture w/AF
Lens: Sigma 18-250mm

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14 Responses to “Play-Doh Artist”

  1. Mo says:

    Play-doh is the best! One time my aunt made some for me when I went there on vacation. I got home and the Cool Whip tub it was in was “missing.” I suspect my mom confiscated it so it would not end up ground into her carpet. Just as when I got the Barbie that you could give a perm to or straighten her hair the chemical solutions were “put away” to save for another time…or the Barbie styling head I got with the hair dye…the dye went missing too! Hey! I’m beginning to see a pattern here! My mom owes me a lot of stuff! Granted…I’m sure 8 year olds should not be playing with chemicals that can curl, straighten, or dye hair a different color. How was that ok back in the day? Haha!

    Looks like you and Eva had fun! That’s a creative little creature she has there…enjoy your weekend!

    • Drew says:

      Mo,

      We had a nice time today. Lots that we did including going for a nice long walk, lunch at Mackie’s and met the neighbors across the way. A nice day.

      Eva loves her play-doh play. She’s a big fan. She was making me cookies with M&Ms in them. The funny thing is that when we went to Mackie’s she wanted pancakes and for a treat they put in M&Ms, bad idea, she hated them and only wanted plain ones with butter. Oh well, figured that she would want them because she was all about wanting M&Ms today. We finally shared some tonight.

  2. Celina says:

    She looks very proud of her creation!

  3. It’s one of those shots where you can see in her face just a brief glimpse of how she will look 10-15 years from now.
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  4. Deborah says:

    Eva did that all by herself?! She is a budding artist to be sure. We love Play-doh in our house.
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    • Drew says:

      Deborah,

      Well, not exactly she just pushed the octopus on top of the play-doh but she had fun making so many other things.

  5. Kevin says:

    Drew, So are you getting used to posting Photo’s without the commentary. It must feel a bit uncomfortable. I think it’s a good move although I miss hearing from you.

    I don’t know much about critiquing Photography but hey that’s never stopped me before so I’ll give it a shot and let you know what I think. I really like the use of light around Eva’s face but somehow I feel like the play-dough figure should have been captured in the same lighting pattern or something like that. Somehow I feel like it is taking away from Eva. the background lighting is awesome too. Is this type of commentary your hoping to generate?
    Look at what Kevin wrote blog post ..Love – The Equation

    • Drew says:

      Kevin,

      I appreciate the feedback, I love the feedback. Some interesting stuff from your perspective. To tell you the truth the no commentary is freaking me out. Writing everything every day is my way to remember and recap what has been happening in our lives. So I am not sure if I should write some private stuff to remember or not.

  6. grandfather says:

    love the picture of Eva!

  7. Mo says:

    Speaking of m&m’s…all those days ago! Ha! You have to try the new pretzel ones. While the ads are disturbing…the m&m’s make up for it! Ha!

  8. Amy says:

    Very talented girl and she looks very proud of her masterpiece.