A couple of weeks ago Sage found an old plastic Kodac camera we had lying around and asked if he could take some pictures. Sure, I said, thinking we’d probably never get the roll developed. I don’t know where the camera came from or what’s on it. He went around snapping away until the thing ran out of film.
Then he asked for the digital one. I refused. He persisted. I finally gave in with strict instructions not to drop it. It turned out to be an interesting window into his visual world.
Take for example, this photo of the back of our house. I love the angles.
Or this one we like to call, Bucket in Front of Shade Tent.
He also took some action shots of the family. I’ll spare you the ones of me and my husband. I had no idea we were so unattractive. But this one of Sasha bonking himself in the face with a little ball had to be shared.
This reminded me of a hilarious site a friend sent to me recently. The pictures are taken by a camera attached to the collar of a cat called Mr. Lee. It’s worth checking out.