11.03.16 Tinkers Creek

I picked up Mac and Sam from school on Thursday. The two skated in the parking lot as we waited for Anna to meet up with us. I took pictures from the safety of my car.

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Anna joined us shortly after and I took them all to Tinkers Creek in Aurora.

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Sam ended up dropping the glass bottle and it shattered. Nice job, Sam.

This next one looks like a still from a rap music video.

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Mac was telling us that his alien balloon was his child, he buckled it up in the car. My camera gear ($3000+) had to go on the floor, and his “child” (maybe $1.00) got the seat.

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My dad really likes nature photos. He has a bunch of my sister’s old nature photos hung up on the wall, yet none of my photos. (No offense, Savannah, but she shot in auto, JPEG with a Canon TXI.)

In due respect, though, I don’t think my parents really want a bunch of photos of my friends hung up on their walls, regardless of how pretty they may look.

So, short story conclusion, I started taking some nature photos so that I could make the Wall of Fame ™.

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This last one I titled “Cabbage Patch Kid”.

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