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It's A Wonderful Life!


WONDER

{ to think or speculate curiously: to be filled with admiration, amazement, or awe; marvel }


I remember this trip to the beach like it was yesterday. Mason was naturally drawn to the ocean and it's amazement. He wasn't scared of the crashing waves and he wasn't interested at all in playing with the sand. All his curiosity revolved around the wonder of the water.

As I was searching for my wonderful shot of Mason, I came across another wonder filled pic of his Uncle Brian. History has always intrigued him. As we visited the USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial, I captured this picture of him seating in the captain's chair. I love this shot because wonder just fills it up.



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Life with Kaishon said...

I love both of your pictures. What special memories : ). I think the whole beach just screams wonder : ). The bountiful blue, the soft sand, the sounds. Everything : ). I always love seeing your entries : ).

micki said...

Both great entries!

Keri said...

What a sweet little boy. Sure would like to know what's on his mind! Great capture.

Melinda said...

Great photos. You really captured the theme this week with the beach photo.

kbreints said...

Both of the photos are great!! I really enjoyed our adult one though, perfect... and it was more difficult to find an adult one this time!

R and R Stacy said...

What a beautiful little boy - so sweet!
Thanks for stopping by.

Rhonda said...

What great, 'wonder'ful moments you captured! Love it!

Carebear said...

That picture in the plane is awesome! And of course, your little one is super-cute!

Marci said...

Living in L.A. and spending summers on the beach with my children, I know the wonder YOU captured in your little boy's face. What's under the sand? What will the next wave bring in? Where does the water go when I pour it out of the bucket?

Annette said...

Great photos, both of them. I love kids and water; it's always such a fun combo. Your adult entry is interesting, I like that he is looking out the window, makes me wonder what he is looking at.