Tuesday, 25 November 2008

My World Tuesday - Children in the Park

I met these 4 little children at the Subang Ria Park yesterday. It is already school holiday and these children were enjoying the evening playing by the lake while their moms watched out for them. The little boy even told me that he just had a swim in the fountain pool at the KLCC park. They are so friendly and when I offered to capture their photos, without hesitant, the young boy arranged his cousins for a formal pose. I took his address and promised to print their photos and mail to them. Hope the photos will bring some joy to these little ones! :o)

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12 comments:

alicesg said...

Very lovely photo. It is so fun to be children again. :) Glad their moms are watching out for them.

Louise said...

How sweet. I know they will love the photo!

Baruch said...

Great looking kids and I'm sure they will love to have a copy for you have taken it so well

Indrani said...

The dream in their eyes!
Hope we don't fail to provide a happy world for them in future.

indicaspecies said...

You've captured sweet looks on their faces. Thank you for sharing such a lovely part of your world.

- celine

magiceye said...

beautiful chubby world!!!

Esther Garvi said...

Your part of the world is so very, very green! Loved the children. They bring stories in their faces!

Warm greetings from West Africa!

babooshka said...

Cute and it's always so nice wen someone actually wants their photo taken.

kjpweb said...

Sweet!
Cheers, Klaus

Kitty said...

very cute. Each has his/her personality so easily detected.
The littlest one is adorable. i want to snatch her up!

uncleawang said...

Cute kids..soon will be back to school sale around Malaysia.The parents. well, need to trim the budget.
Ok just download free Picasa or Photoscape.Everything there..editing etc,etc no courses needed..its user friendly.
Good luck happy photograping.

fishing guy said...

JC: What cute kids to pose for you.

"Use your first smile, your first form of generosity, of love, of kindness—use it at home; start at home. And if there is something left over—if … your plate is just full of abundance of patience and goodness and smiles and joy, then by all means, you should go … and offer that to others. But we must begin at home." by Dr Robin Smith