A forgotten joy

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    For the 365 days group, day 326, and for International Child At Heart Week, and for my granddaughters, who love to color.

    (Todd Jordan)

    1. [ Tee ] 80 months ago | reply

      Indeed a forgotten joy...I really like to color....I bet you were having fun!

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    2. ***Karen 80 months ago | reply

      I love to color too! Remember "it's alright if you happen to color outside of the lines."

    3. lrayholly 80 months ago | reply

      Yay crayons! AND you stayed in the lines :-)

    4. Nanna J 80 months ago | reply

      I love how you can have different colored bears and things and no one notices! :)

      Our girlie girls do love to color!

    5. Tojosan 80 months ago | reply

      TJOY - Thank you - I was.

      Karen - oh, I do that sometimes too, but that slightly obsessive part of me just so wants not too. :)

      Oh yeah on both counts lynn. Thanks.

      That's my favorite part sometimes; I can have a purple or red or green bear and no one complains. :)

    6. BEY CHUA 80 months ago | reply

      stay within the lines...inside the lines
      :)

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    7. dianabog  80 months ago | reply

      well composed.

    8. Deb_a_na 80 months ago | reply

      Good photo. I LOVE coloring. Question... did you finish the picture??

    9. Mary-Cakes 80 months ago | reply

      :) I just smiled when I saw this... coloring can be so fun. I still do it once in a while at a restaurant while we wait for food... our youngest is still just young enough to be ok with getting the kids coloring sheet while he waits.
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    10. tamelyn 80 months ago | reply

      I love the smell of crayons :)

    11. sfisher71 80 months ago | reply

      Oh yeah—the smell when you break open the big box of 64 Crayolas is just magical.

      Crayons, yes, that's the essence of child-at-heart... One of our favorite restaurants gives out cups of crayons and covers the tables with butcher paper. More than once I've had to cut out a section of the paper to take home, the kids couldn't bear to part with it...

    12. vfm4 80 months ago | reply

      this is cute!

      will you please send it to art supplies? we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    13. simis 80 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot here Todd! I am going to copy this for my self portrait for today. Thanks for the idea.

    14. Tojosan 80 months ago | reply

      LOL Bey. :)

      Deb - not yet, and thank you.

      Mary-Cakes - :)

      Tamelyn - ditto on that. It always makes me smile.

      sfisher - Thank you.

      vfm4 - glad you like, and added. Thanks for the invite.

      Simis - I'm honored that you like it so much, and would enjoy seeing your take.

    15. Mike Jorgensen 80 months ago | reply

      I like it! Very well balanced composition. Focus and depth of field are perfect. The color temp is a little warm for my taste though.

    16. Tojosan 80 months ago | reply

      Thank you Mike for the comments. I appreciate the feedback too about the warmth. That was a struggle for me to decide how to adjust it, and this actually looked the most appealing to me vs a cooler version.

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