The World According to a 4-Year-Old


My 4-year-old took these photos.  I’d just charged up our little digital camera and, in the midst of a family picnic outside, I showed her how to take pictures and sent her off with it.  She spent the next several hours playing with the camera, and it’s amazing to see ourselves and our home through the eyes of someone who’s three and a half feet tall.  It was also interesting to see what she took pictures of; she did take some of the trees and plants in our yard, but she mostly focused (heh heh heh, punny, no?) on her favorite objects and her family.  There were, of course, a few pictures of her fingers, but on the whole I think she did a pretty good job.  Check out the gallery . . .


2 Responses to “The World According to a 4-Year-Old”

  1. 1 sheila September 27, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    who are all these kids on your site? lol! great pics, keep em up

  2. 2 mike January 6, 2017 at 6:21 pm

    take pics of you naked and e-mail them to me

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