In late 2010 Nathan and I took a much needed escape to Las Vegas. We decided at the last minute that we didn’t want to take our big beautiful (read: expensive) camera. So we bought a small, compact, yet 12 megapixel camera. I don’t remember how much it was, but it was for sure under $100.
In the fall of 2011 we decided to let Gavin try taking pictures with it. We decided that it was chunky enough that he would have to work extra hard to break it, and it was inexpensive enough (relatively speaking) that if he should manage to break it, we would survive.
The results were kind of awesome.
Here are some of the first pictures he took.
Yeah . . . that’s me and my messy kitchen. I’m kind of glad that it took him a bit to master how to focus.
Melissa and her Quinn over for lunch.
Awesome, right? They get better.
I will never tire of how much my kids love each other.
Okay, one last one. Do you remember the title picture? A picture of Gavin taking a picture of the ground? So you don’t have to scroll, here it is again.