Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Black and White Wednesday - To Train Tracks!

Black & White Wednesday has been speeding right by me lately!  
But, Summer is like that, isn't it!

 This photo was take a month or two ago in our downtown Haymarket area - a lovely little urban oasis.   I talked Miss Maddy into going there one Saturday morning for the farmer's market. 
The free kettle corn was all gone by the time we got there.  :(
But, bonus for me, she was agreeable to a few photos! 

So here it is in color.



And here in black and white.


Actually, her picture was also taken there about 3 years ago -- fun to see how tall she's gotten lately!  Isn't she the cutest?!


Check out Lisa's blog for more B&W fun!

the long road

6 comments:

Laurie said...

LOVE these pictures!! It also shows me my Allison now and what she'll look like in three years. WOW! :)

Jimh. said...

Cool! I want to try the whole picture now picture later thing with Chloe to show her growth too! Thanks for the idea!

Kim K. said...

I love the comparison in height in the pictures. What a great backdrop.

Courtney said...

Great photos. I love looking at how much she has changed over the years.

Jodee Leader said...

Love, love, love this picture of Miss Maddy! It's fun to see how much she has grown too!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Joy Graham said...

This is a great idea! I need to find a place to take the girl's photo for growth too. Around here, maybe a feed store sign?

Hope that you can make it to the "Pink Biscuit Tea Party" Thursday.

Please share your favorite children's book with us on Thursday. I am collecting good book ideas for a list of books that our small children enjoyed, or the books that we enjoyed as children.

The list will be published on a large web-site for waiting parents.

Three of the Moms on our book list will be selected at the following Thursday's Tea by a (group of third grade girls) for the winner of "The Best Book"

The three Moms will win a book and pair of new PJ'S for their child, with a note from the "Thursday's Tea Third Grade Girls" telling what their favorite books are and why.

Please invite your friends, the parents on the web-site really need our help.