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Big Shoes – Video

Remember that funny little picture I included on yesterday’s “Things They Say” post? Well, Laura and Mason, I mean Jackson and Chase weren’t wearing such big shoes because they were in a wedding. No, those big shoes were needed for their trip to the zoo!

The imaginations that are developing in their little brains right now just cracks me up! Right after I took the pictures of them and their feet, they were off to the zoo with Tyler. After they carried on for several minutes I just had to get the video camera out and get some of the dialog on camera! I’ve edited several minutes out, but I just have to share some of what they discussed. Oh, and the thermostat is the sheep food dispenser, just in case you were wondering what that was all about.

 

5.24.11

No clue what these flowers are, but they certainly seem happier since I transplanted them a couple of weeks ago to a shadier part of the yard.

Specs: 35mm lens, ISO 200, white balance set to “cloudy”, F 3.2, 1/50, cropped, ran the MCP Mini Fusion, sharpened some parts and darkened others.

  • May 24, 2011 - 5:02 pm

    Sarah - Gorgeous. I have no idea what it is either.ReplyCancel

    • May 24, 2011 - 5:55 pm

      Helen - Thanks! I really wish I had saved the tags from the plants when I bought them 4 years ago.ReplyCancel

  • May 24, 2011 - 7:17 pm

    Andrea - Do they close up at night? If so, they may be related to the spider wart flowers I have in my front yard… only mine are purple. The flower and leaf look very similar.ReplyCancel

    • May 24, 2011 - 9:44 pm

      Helen - They do close at night! They also used to close when the sun got really hot (they used to be in a part of the yard that got more sun).ReplyCancel

    • May 26, 2011 - 6:50 pm

      Helen - You were right, Andrea! I just looked up pictures of the Spiderwort Flower and it’s a match. Thanks for solving my 3 year long mystery :) ReplyCancel

  • May 26, 2011 - 3:24 pm

    Sarah - Great picture. Those are Johnny Jump-ups (or, for the uninspired, wild pansies)ReplyCancel

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