Emma Grace captured the view from what the kids call the monkey tree. It’s a huge rock with a fantastic view, as you can see. She also got creative with a charred piece of wood and wrote “The Earth,” totally appropriate since that was the photography prompt (my hand, her legs in the photo, in case you were confused). Last but not least, the beautiful and wonderful smelling plumeria, or as they say here, frangipani. I think I could smell those all day long.
Although young in age, their talent is blossoming. I’ve debated on selling my Nikon D40. I don’t use it, except as a backup if something is wrong with the D90. I’m really glad I’ve held onto it, though. Joshua uses that while Emma G uses an old Sony Cybershot that we have. Since all three of us love photography, it’s perfect to have cameras around so we can have fun capturing!