Reflections in Chrome
Photo-A-Day #1504

Today was a work at home day. When work was over I took Eva for a nice walk down to visit Allison at work. We picked her up and then walked home. When we got home we visited with my mom and Eva found the bumper of my Dad’s truck fascinating. I only had the cell phone camera with me but it was enough for this fun little image.

I don’t want to brag but I will, my little girl can now say “Massachusetts” clear and distinct at 19 months. Heck I can’t even spell the word without help from spell check most of the time. Allison informed me today that we need to start looking at getting her name on the books for a pre-school. Yikes.

I started going back over our trip to Disney and recapping each day and adding the photos to Flickr. I have Friday’s Animal Kingdom photos up now.

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4 Responses to “Reflections in Chrome”

  1. Anne says:

    That picture was taken with a cell phone? Wow, that is a beautiful shot. Who knew a bumper could be so exciting? 🙂

    Annes last blog post..Orlando Fringe Festival

  2. Drew says:

    I have the Verizon EnV and that is what I use in a pinch for my Photo-A-Day Photos from time to time. I think the look of Eva’s reflection fascinated her since it was all distorted if she moved one way or another.

  3. Baba says:

    Very cool photo!

    Babas last blog post..The Importance of Memorial Day

  4. Drew says:

    Thanks, Wish I had the good camera with me at the time but Eva wasn’t going to stay interested that long.

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