Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Guilty, guilty, guilty

The other day I noticed that my camera was not in its usual place. Once I stopped hyperventilating at the thought of my preshus being missing, I searched the house and found it in one of the kids' bedrooms.

I scrolled through the pictures to see if I could figure out who had played with it and found this series of pictures.


(notice the graffiti on the dresser, thanks to Campbell)






Aha. I think I know who the culprit is.

12 comments:

Amy said...

Love the stylized framing of "still life with dime"...

and that architectural-magazine-style picture of the front (?) door is very edgy. (or vertiginal, perhaps? :)

hmmm... my verification word is "reckful" -- would that be the opposite of "reckless"??

Runner Dude said...

The self portrait is precious!

knittergran said...

And isn't the culprit a cute one?
(but I kind of think one of his "girls" might have done it and then framed him, literally!)

joanna said...

Oh my word that is one of your funniest posts! I love what he deems worthy of capturing on...er.. film. And all from his perspective. Hilarious!

Ann in NJ said...

It gets a lot harder when they learn to actually be sneaky.

Baino said...

Haha that's priceless, really . . .Love the surprised look on his face! Must have been when he heard the 'click'! Gorgeous naughty boy.

DG at Diary of a Mad Bathroom said...

That's hilarious. It's like a peek inside a child's mind, seeing the world from their vantage point. Pretty cool.

Wendi said...

I actually thought those were painted flowers on the dresser until I read your caption.

So funny.

Becca said...

excellent!

Suna said...

I don't think those photos could be more "day in the life" if they tried. What a total hoot.

Anna Lefler said...

Awww... That is awesome!

:-D Anna

Janice Ellen Wright said...

Wow, it's hard to pick a favorite!

Of course gotta go with that cute face as #1. Then it's a tie between the pile of books (near and dear to my heart ...) and the kids-eye view of the table.

So when's the formal exhibition in a posh gallery??