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 Post subject: Picnics and Outings
PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 6:08 pm 
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My husband takes the girls out on hikes once a week as weather permits. I could go too but they really bond with him, so I stay home.

This past week he asked for the camera and shot these:

My oldest
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He has a good eye. Who knew? :?


Thursday we took off for an outing to the Quad Cities (Davenport Iowa, Rock Island, Moline, and one more...I can never remember.) Anyhow, my husband works in Davenport in the summers one day a week, so he showed us the sights.



This bridge thing starts in downtown Davenport....
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...and ends here.:?:
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The locals call it the bridge to nowhere. The view isn't all that great from up there.

The mighty Mississippi River.
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Still...it was fun to look at it and wonder why a million dollars were spent building it.

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Louisiana has a "sunshine" bridge that went to a councilmans property and no where else really. Some folks like to spend other peoples money.

Nice pics.... really like the trees and the munchkin ..... he does have a good eye.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 2:29 am 
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ConnieS wrote:
My husband takes the girls out on hikes once a week as weather permits. I could go too but they really bond with him, so I stay home.

This past week he asked for the camera and shot these:

My oldest
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Yikes! I wish I had taken that. The other pix are great but this one is brilliant IMO.

Good example of how eye level (or even lower sometimes) is the best place to be for the really great children shots.


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