Friday, July 20, 2007

5 Steps to Bliss :)

Step 1:

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Step 5:

Step 5

26 comments:

Yoda said...

The kid looks so happy, though his pants are almost as big as him!

Nikon said...

Ah the innocence of a kid exploring :)

RUTH said...

How wonderful..a great set of photos. I'm so looking forward to a trip to the beach this summer.

suramya said...

ha ha, thats so cute, love the orange goggles, whats his name?

Ash said...

Cutie!

Chad Oneil said...

Cool. Is he related to you?

photowannabe said...

Fascinating study of playfulness. Nice colors and subject.

Anna said...

Wow...to be a kid again! He looks very content! I am in need of a beach....badly!

Kalyan said...

WoW...real bliss indeed. Some very well captured shots!

inspired said...

Beach BoYz R Uz ;o]

Perpetual Procrastinator said...

Oh for the days when what made us happy was so simple!

Still said...

Awesome series. I like the serious of its activity,he is really plunged in its world.

Emery Roth II said...

Has the childhood bliss of play at the beach given way to the childhood bliss of shooting picutres? Lovely colors and may we all keep shooting.

ToOothlEss WOndeR! said...

you've packed the action well. I could feel the salt on my face. Or maybe that's a bit too much.. :)
Great shots!

{H} creatives said...

A cute series of images! Your son?

Moi said...

haha.....no, I'm no way close to path of procreation!!!! He's Nathan , one of my friend's nephew visiting her in Florida. :)

JAM said...

A wonderful set of photos. They really capture the joy of being a kid.

GMG said...

Great set! Just the "trousers" makes it a bit odd...

bluemountainmama said...

that last step looks the best....getting ready to jump into the water! i wonder what he had found in the sand that was so fascinating....or was it the sand itself?

Annie said...

In his sweet innocence it's hard to imagine him as a grown man. I like to try to imagine the different ages when I look at a person - their childhood selves or their adult ones. Funny little quirk of mine, I guess.

Faye Pekas said...

This is sweet. Ahhh the joy of being a kid on a beach.. not a care in the world.. just warmth and sand and water and (I'm sure) a watchful parent to keep him safe.

Chad Oneil said...

...at least we're getting the rain we need ;)

Seems to be quite the pattern we've gotten into.

Kerri said...

Beautiful images! The beach is wonderful at any age. My favorite place to be!
I've enjoyed traveling with you! The wedded couple look so happy and your shots are very special.
I enjoyed seeing Mackinac too. Looks like a lovely place to visit.
Very happy belated birthday wishes. Sounds like you had a glorious day! I'm glad.
Thanks for my happy birthday wish too :)

Cris said...

I need the hot weather!!! It's been in the 40's F during the night here!

Cathrine said...

loved these :-)

sandy said...

These are really fantastic shots, love them Moi. :-)
Sandy