Saturday, May 12, 2012

who needs toys

 when
 there is sunlight
 to
play with

18 comments:

Julie Storry said...

Delightful series. Love the clover and how it resonates with the decoration on his yamulke/kippah.

Arija said...

Wonderful! I well remember trying to catch the sun-rays.

Giorgio said...

It's amazing how kids can have fun with simple things around them when you take all modern gadgets away from them.

I still remember playing with sun rays coming in thru the window. The rays lit the floating dust and made it look like some kind of magic powder... but that was about 48 years ago: no iPad, iPod, Wii, PS3 and wahtever back then!

Kate said...

Life is magical for this little boy. May it remain so. What joy he must bring to someone who, I hope, is enjoying him on this Mother's Day!

Sharon said...

A perfect companion!

Birdman said...

Sun will only take you so far... gimmee toys! hahaha

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Very cute.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Sharon Creech said...

Hello, sun, grass, flowers, bees, ants, breeze!

Virginia said...

What a happy boy. I love the series. He's making a Mommy smile today!
V

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

One has to love and admire the simplicity of childhood.

Thank you for your comment reacting to my comment on your site yesterday. I felt I was taking a risk of being exposed for including a gender stereotype in the roles in the little story, but because of the tradition in the scene in your photo, I figured traditional gender roles would be appropriate.

Plus, Julie is out of town, so I will not hear from her about gender stereotyping.

Happy Mother's Day to you.

Cezar and Léia said...

Lovely moment enjoying the sunshine!A smile of a kid is so perfect!
Happy Mother's Day to you!
hugs and purrs
Luna

cieldequimper said...

Sweet.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Delightful series Brattcat, he's a little charmer for sure!

Irina said...

They are so sweet, these photos.

Jack said...

A very cute series, brattcat. But I'll bet he wouldn't turn down a toy . . .

Doug Hickok said...

Yes, like a natural born photographer... playing with light :^)

JM said...

Lovely series!

Aiketa said...

So cute! :)