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"Muddy Waters"
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 07-24-2013, 04:14 PM

I happened to notice our granddaughter looking down at the ground after a recent storm and snapped this as she reached down to test the mud puddle.

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07-24-2013, 04:58 PM   #2
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What a cutie! And cute photo too! Great composition, interesting PP as well.

It does seem that there is a magnetic attraction between children and mud...
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What timing - this is a classic, bud. Outstanding.

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What a cutie! And cute photo too! Great composition, interesting PP as well.

It does seem that there is a magnetic attraction between children and mud...
many thanks to the Ranger for the kind words and you're right about the mud.

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Excellent picture! And coloring fits perfectly to this scene.
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Very nicely done on this one Bob. Did the mud meet her approval?
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That is certainly one fine keeper Bob.--charliezap
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That's a priceless memory captured very well Bob. I like the B+W.

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Escellent capture. The inquisitive nature of a small child is a wonderous thing.
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Outstanding memory once again Bob - well done.
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What timing - this is a classic, bud. Outstanding.

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thanks so much Jer, I would imagine you have plenty of this type of photo of Claire, great memories for sure.
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Excellent picture! And coloring fits perfectly to this scene.
Well thank you JIm, I used the in camera filters for this photo, sort of fit with the mud I thought.
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Very nicely done on this one Bob. Did the mud meet her approval?
It really did Tim and I missed the best shot when she stepped and jumped into the mud, that would of been a great one. Oh Well...
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That is certainly one fine keeper Bob.--charliezap
thanks Charlie, you can't go wrong with these little guys when taking photos.
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That's a priceless memory captured very well Bob. I like the B+W.
We're having a wonderful time here in Colorado with the grandkids Christo, six live in this area so it keeps us busy.
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