Thursday, April 16, 2009

In the spotlight... Wyatt

Gunnar gets his share of attention on the blog, and Tate has been featured lately.

Someone has been feeling left out. And that won't do.

Especially since I borrowed his camera lately (to photograph the lizard skin) and found these pics. He also took the photos of the lizard, and the some I have yet to post.

I think Wyatt has inherited Grandpa's "camera genes" - he really has an eye for photography.

He took all these pics from the tree-house in the backyard.


Kristen@nosmallthing said...

Wow, those are really artistic photos! And what a view from the treehouse...I think I may be a little jealous of that view...

Ann Marie said...

Way to go, Wyatt! Awesome pictures. I might even want to frame the tree one (top right). :)

What's been going on in Dino-opolis lately??

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Dino-opolis has been sadly neglected.

The boys are hoping to put up some more photos and stories tomorrow... after their school work is done :0)

The Squirrel said...

Great pics, Wyatt! I also love photography :) Did your Dad build the tree house, & did you and your brothers help? Fantastic view from up there!


Denise Portis said...

I especially love the one of the shot looking up from the base of the tree.

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Wyatt is here to respond to your comments:

Thanks for all the compliments!

I took the picture you all like (the top right) from above the tree-house looking up. (I have this really awesome place I like to go and sit pretty high in the tree.)

Dino-opolis is doing fine. It has become very popular in the neighborhood. Just today we had four visitors (neighbors) come play at Dino-opolis all afternoon with us! We've been so busy playing that we haven't put anything new on the blog. But don't worry. I have three new things to post soon.

We three boys pretty much built the tree-house all ourselves, with the help of a couple neighbor kids. Dad helped make sure it stood stable so that it's safe... mostly.

And it's low enough to the ground that you can even jump off of it without serious injury :0)

Anyway, thanks for all the compliments.

And be sure to watch for the next time Mom hijacks my camera!


Stretch Mark Mama said...

Wow, that IS a great view!

Mrs. Squirrel said...

Fantastic photos!

Creativity in so many forms within the same family: Calligraphy, photography, sculpture (in many forms)... just to name a few.

What a blessing! Well done, everyone!