Posted: October 17, 2011 in family and friends, nature, texas
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To me, even the littlest step into nature can provide an escape… but in the eyes of children, you can bet that it provides a grand adventure.









  1. Kate Finchley says:

    Gawjus photos! Did you take photography classes, or do you just naturally know how to do these things? Everything about the composition of your photos reflects the things I’m supposed to capture in my assignments… but haven’t. I don’t have the knack. But I’m trying to learn!

    It looks like they had a great time. You’re such an awesome mom.

  2. Cayce says:

    I always love your photographs. When I was a kid I absolutely LOVED going to “the woods” and exploring, finding toads, skunks (or running away from them) and creating my own little adventures in my imagination. Something happened to me when I got older (OCD) that has prevented me from enjoying the outdoors as much, but your pictures make remember those times fondly (and even maybe want to have kids someday). 😉

  3. Misti says:

    That’s so awesome that the boys got some adventure! Love seeing this! More kids need adventure in their lives!

  4. Sara says:

    Thank you, ladies! I love taking the boys around and obsessing over their little pretend worlds and games in my photography. Good subject matter I guess! I took these pictures with my phone… I really love the fun cropping/border apps (even though it feels like cheating sometimes.)

    We’ve taken this trail a thousand times… but even so, they always find something new or interesting to set off their imaginations. And it especially helps when I actually let them tramp around IN the creek. 😉

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