Over the weekend, I was out with my wife and daughter doing a photo-shoot for a client, when I noticed my daughter eying the dSLR I was shooting with. So, when we were done, I did something that would make most parents shudder…
I handed over a nearly $2,000 camera and said “I trust you, show me what you see.”
At first, she needed a little help supporting the 18-200mm zoom lense, but once she got the feel of it, she was off to shoot the world. And, that’s when the magic unfolded. Instead of zooming all the way out and shooting something far away, the way most grown-ups would, she zoomed out then stood inches from her subject. As if she were trying to get inside it.
That’s when I got a glimpse of the world through her eyes. And, here’s what she saw…
There are times when I sit across from her wondering what’s going through her mind as she drifts off in daydream.
And, times like this when I get to see through her eyes…and remember how much wonder there always is around us when we pause, then choose to see it.
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