Sunday, March 2, 2008

Color in Glass and Wood


Two of the granddaughters were here to visit. Grandpa was photographing them for their 2nd and 4th birthdays. The youngest turned two on February 1 and the oldest turned four on March 1. Happy Birthday my precious ones.
So while Grandpa and Mommy were looking at the photos they had posed for earlier Grandma and the girls got to play for a while. We have this large basket of blocks in the studio for when little ones need to be entertained and the girls brought them in to the house to play with. We had to set up two play areas in the living room because Little One was certain that Big One was building towers just for her to knock down. The above it the Little One's "tower". She can build a real tower but just couldn't stand it and would knock it down about three blocks high. I think this picture is when she went over to knock down the Big One's tower when she wasn't looking. The picture below is the Big One on guard duty.


At a lovely Methodist church in Topeka, Kansas I had all kinds of eye candy. All the windows in the sanctuary and the front of the church were this beautiful art glass. This was not my favorite window but the best picture without running it around in Photoshop.

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