Child in Huntington Park. click photo to enlarge.
Oh my child, hold on with your little hands.
One day they’ll be strong, strong enough to build a castle of your own.
It’s Friday Friday Friday! Have a wonderful weekend!
Tags: child, girl, huntington park, photography, portrait, thoughts in picture
Oh..Have a good weekend too! Enjoy!
CC: Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂
Just wondering whether you go out taking pictures every day. Have a great weekend…am sure you will take many more great pictures over the weekend.
CC: I try to get out more but if I can’t I look for things to photograph at home. I think I’ve pretty much photographed everything at home. LOL Thanks for your kind words! 🙂
cc/philip: yah im wondering the same too hehe… but watever it is, pls dun stop cause i enjoy seeing them 😀
CC: I try to go out to take some outdoor shots in the weekends, and I do go out in the afternoon to shoot if the photography bugs bite me. Glad you enjoy them! 🙂
how old is she?
enjoy your weekend 🙂
CC: Not too sure, probably 2? You have a good weekend too! 😀
So so right…I’m still building 😉
CC: We all are. 🙂
A child first few steps are very memorable. Hv a nice weekend.
CC: It’s really heart-warming to see them trying out new things. You have a great week too pete! 🙂
Is it you child? Ha =) Why is her/his back facing you? So shy meh?
CC: Nope, not mine. She’s shy. 😉
Eh is that your child??? 🙂
CC: Nope, I’m still child-free. 😉
the words just bring out more of the picture. =)
CC: Thanks steph, have a great week ahead! 😀
Children are godsends. Teach them well, some day they will lead us out of all this madness that the world is today.
CC: Wise word once again. 🙂
*hugs* for a great weekend ahead! 🙂
CC: You take care girl! 😀
i am so bad again.
i’m thinking.. “child you have to be strong, because the world you’re growing up in is harsh.”
CC: Have to get that reality check huh! 😉
i have to agree with mistipurple.. Its a cruel cruel world out there… positive thiking? yeah, we’re gonna fight till the end.. =D grow strong kiddo!!
CC: These are little fighters, they will survive! 😀
CC: Nope, just a child I encountered in a park. 😉
I hate kids. I can’t stand them. Them kids have stay at least within 17km radius of me…..unless that is your child in the photo…..then OMG!!! So kawaii!!! =p
But really. Kids, me no likey,
CC: Reminds me to keep pack them away when you’re in the room. LOL
kids hold on to u when they r small, then try to get rid of u when they r teens, then will ask u to pick their shit as they grow up. lol. the rule of life i guess?
CC: Then when they have kids the circle goes round and round. 😀
hiya. 1st time here. got it from pete’s. great shots and photos. your blog is amazing, simple and straight to the point. wont be the last time here. cheers and god bless….
CC: Hello Calvin, thanks for dropping by. Hope to see you around! 😀
That’s the hands shaking the future…
CC: Yes it is. 🙂
What an incredible shot (as always). The fact that the child is looking aways adds to the mystery!
CC: Thank you I really like the mystery in this shot too. 🙂
very nice caption. you go girl!
CC: Thanks! Have a great weekend ahead! 😀
I love kids! They are adorable, aren’t they?
CC: They sure are! 😀
Oh yes, I love Friday! You too have a good weekend!
CC: You have a great weekend ahead Doreen! 😀
I love Friday! Have a nice weekend, dear.
CC: Me too! HAve a nice week ahead! 😀
your child? must be an adorable kid ^_^ Enjoy your weekend too … while I have to go for class on Saturdays… oh well this is life.. ^_^
CC: Nope, not mine, but she is adorable nonetheless.
I guess my mum said the same thing as you when we were still kids..
CC: I think most mums do. 🙂
poetic and poignant.
have a good weekend, cc 🙂
CC: You have fun there! 😀
weekend is here again. how wonderful 🙂
CC: It’s time to sit back and unwind! 😀
Just heard over the radio, ‘Hold me now’ by Johnny Logan. Gosh, haven’t heard that for ages!! Lovely song… probably apt for your topic today huh – hold?
Well, not exactly, but who cares!?! 🙂
CC: I really like that song though iit always brings me a sense of sorrow.
The challenge we face is to keep the imagination and curiosity of a child as we become physically stronger. It is so easy to develop a rigid pessimistic mind as an adult. I also like to photograph children because the curiosity and intenseness on their faces in shots is priceless.
CC: That is indeed a great challenge nowadays. The window of innocence is getting smaller by the day.
If you are interested in entering for a poety contest, here is the website.
CC: Thanks for the info wonda, maybe one day I’ll have enough confident to enter. 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend to you too…=)
CC: You too Darwyn! 😀
The little hand is so cute! 😉
Have a great weekend cc…
CC: So chubby too! You have a great weekend too! D:
When my son was little, I held on to his hands, now he supports me when I walk. haha… It’s a little too early for me to be needing support.
CC: I’m sure when the time comes, he’ll be there to hold your hands, guiding your through every single steps. 🙂
u took a very good picture…
and i like the poem u wrote…
p/s: thanks for visit my blog 🙂
CC: Thanks! Hope to see you around. 🙂
waa~ i enjoy reading your poem. so good.
CC: Thank you very much! 🙂
I am still a child,
who is still learning to hold.
To hold on, to this complicated world,
I know, if I don’t hold, I’ll definitely fall…
Have a great weekend, cc.
CC: We all have a child in us, he comes out every now and then to remind us of the good innocent things. 🙂 You take care! 😀
I love cute little fingers! I always nibble my babies’..ha ha..not canniballistic..just ‘geram’..
CC: Yea, they are so so cute!! 😀
mommy what is important is you give me the pocket money to buy yummy food XD
CC: Or that pretty dress/watch/bag…etc LOL
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