Great moment with all the hands and glasses framing the boy's face.
Love the moment here and this little man hanging with the adults and toasting the occasion.
Dressed in a suit and ready to party, this youngster joins the gang with a hearty clunk of a plastic sippy cup. The photographer nailed the moment, but that single young eye on the prize of a much-needed sip of unfermented vine sets this image apart from the rest.
A fun photograph with the surprise hands that will be cherished and talked about long after the kid is grown.
Who needs table legs when hands work just as well. This image is a delightful illustration of less being more. The formality of the scene and those ruddy, and probably dirty, little "paws" say about all that needs to be said about the difference between the world of a kid and the rest of us who prefer to sit at tables instead of beneath them.
My guess is that the two young ladies at right could have won top awards with their "photo," that is, of course, if only our cameras worked just like theirs. No doubt in their image, the bride was set upon a mighty stallion in a fairy tale landscape of lollipops and gum drops. But, then again, maybe the difference in our camera and theirs isn't as far removed as it would seem - after all, creativity is a land beyond, viewed through magic boxes we call cameras.
All the world is a stage, and we are but…playing in it at a wedding that might have been really boring, if not for that point-and-shoot camera we snagged from our parents. One day this young photographer might aspire to capture moments as equally composed and delightful as this.
Everyone knows the meaning of this chin-grasp. It is used mostly by older siblings or parents, and it means, "Stop that! Pay attention!" When I first looked at this photo, it spoke to me as clearly as the grasp itself with one very important difference…this time I was smiling. This is a lovely moment - where the photographer and a camera were obviously paying attention.
I saw the boy making faces at the three girls inside the window just a moment before so I began walking over to get the square on shot of the window... I was just in time to get this shot, I love the stance of the boy.
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