In an effort to foster creative independence as well as a common bond with her daddy we have given Bella daily control of our digital camera. My camera, not Eugene's. Big difference. She has a ball with it! Whether or not she enjoys the thrill of capturing a moment in time or just-likes-pressing-the-button-a-lot, we can't say for sure. But hey, it's a start, right?! Here are a few samplings from her latest portfolio.
She titles this piece, A Fan and a Cabinet. Brilliant.
Her two BFF's, Teddy and Knuffle Bunny.
I am baffled Bella at the abstract angle in which you approach society's tolerance of female empowerment through your mockery of its deceptively simple yet obvious attempts. Genius.
So sorry Bella but I have to quote Randy Jackson, "dawg, for me, tonight, this wasn't the best song choice, for you, for me, tonight."
I do however, adore this one. Even in a "I'd actually frame this" kind of way.
I like your thought process here. And it just may have been a good picture, if only your greasy, knubby little finger wasn't taking up half the frame.
I swear Bella asked me to make a funny face! Seriously Gina, is this for real? Is this your go-to look when someone says make a funny face? This is pathetic. She said funny face as in- ha ha- make me laugh with your funny face not make we wince and cringe with your uncomfortable optical stare and sad puffer fish chin. Ugh.
Keep it up Bella!