Tuesday, October 02, 2007

"K" IS FOR KINFOLK


Its ABC Wednesday again and the letter is "K". These two sweet girls are my kinfolk, my granddaughters. This photo was taken a few years ago but thought it would be perfect for ABC Wednesday.
Check out Mr. Mapper and his letter "K".
Click on the photo to enlarge and really see the detail.
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34 comments:

CG said...

Aren't they lovely? They are really unusual rocks in front of them!

Blue Wave 707 said...

Interesting angle ... and it works!

MedaM said...

Very nice photo and those rocks infront of the little girls are very impresive.

Pequete said...

So sweet... did they make the stone towers? My kids love doing that sort of thing.

John Roberts said...

Are those natural rock formations in front of them???? ;-)

Olivier said...

les sculptures en pierre sont tres belles. tres bon choix pour l'abécédaire

the stone sculptures are very beautiful. very good choice for the alphabetical one

Zsolt said...

their hair is shining in that nice weather..very nice picture:)

kml said...

Great K post - how content they look sitting there!

Moi said...

sweet....they have such beautiful golden hair ....and i was wondering about the rock formations too...

bluemountainmama said...

looks like the 'redmop' got passed along.... :)

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Very nice view , did your granddaughters build those stones on top?

Yes I will chck out the mapper too:)

Faye Pekas said...

Beautiful children and what gorgeous red hair.

The ABC project is fun to watch. You're doing great so far.

DWQ Online said...

Nice picture. Wish I was there.

susan said...

awww, they remind me of the girls when they were little.

Are those rock totems really balanced? It doesn't seem possible!

kairospix said...

great capture!

Leena said...

Beautiful granddaughters and not possible stone totem :)

Great picture in many ways!

mrsnesbitt said...

I love the contrast of the orange hair of the two stars and the dark blue of the sea.....copper orange or kipper orange would you say?

LOL!

Dx

Beverly said...

I love your "k" word.

Ben said...

I think last couple of your colour image has little bit over sharpening or may be because the JPEG compression. However, this one is very goo din that department (I did compare them in large version).

How's those rocks stacking like that?

Peter M said...

Oh yes the innocence of chidren, but they are grown up now no doubt, like most kids they love the sea

Still said...

Fine aidea!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

I love your sense of composition. I enjoyed the tahoe pictures, too.

Salty said...

They seem to be enjoying the scenery as much as grandma!

Beautiful shot!

Hin Man said...

A unique scene and picture for your granddaughters to treasure in their beautiful lives.

Annie said...

Hi Sue, your K photo made me smile. Your kinfolk are my kind of folk.

I hope you'll just consider me a week early with my Lambeau Field posting today. I'm out of the loop when it comes to posting the ABC's.

Wendy said...

It's like a three layer photo, the girls, the rocks, and the water. Three points of interest to look at in one photo. Nicely done.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love this photo! :)

WalksFarWoman said...

I never failed to be amazed by people's choices in these letters, I guess somehow they actually represent our personality a little bit don't you think? Kinsfolk is a great photo. :)

Ackworth Born said...

I just started joining in with ABC Wednesday and have added you to my ABC blogroll

Neva said...

Unique rocks...even if they were placed by a human!!!! how long did they stay that way?

Laurie said...

Now that is pretty wild.

Love this shot.

Mike said...

It's a lovely picture. For some strange reason I've always liked pictures where people have their back to you.

Lavenderlady said...

I love those red heads! We had a rock stacker in Port Angeles for awhile...have not heard or seen about him/her lately.

JAM said...

Wow, your grandaughters are really good at levatating rocks! I'd love to learn that ;)

That's what it looked like at my first glance of the big version.