Children are fascinated
Concentration is one of the happiest things in my life.
Cheri says “This week, let’s celebrate our many different faces.”
The children look fascinated.
So was I…
Love the littlest boy in the second photo: such amazing concentration. Your people shots always show your heart.
Thank you Meg. Those photos were taken way back in 2001 in Korea when digital cameras were just on the market and only 3 megapixels.
A lovely couple of images, Pauline…the little boy in the centre of the second shot is priceless! I am inclined to agree with Meg 😀
I also find it quite fascinating to watch a good potter creating magic on the wheel.
Yes, indeed…such skill
and hard to learn, as I found out…
I’m sure it would take a long time to master!
Jack is very good and he has been potting for a long time.
cool quote – and great photo for the face theme – really nice how the second shot has all those different expressions – so amazed they all seem….
It was in Korea and taken with one of the very early digital cameras so not such a good image
but still captured the essence and whole vibe – and ahhh – I remember the first digital camera we had – ruined mine at the beach –
My memory card died and they stopped making replacements so had to buy a new camera when the camera was actually ok…
oh I remember the memory cards….
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Lovely shots – concentration is something that nowadays get lost at an early age…at least in Sweden.
Hand crafts are becoming a thing of the past for todays children.
that’s completely right, concentration is something like zen, you focus on one thing. Cheers Mitza
I agree very zen like.
The little boy in orange has had a go, no wonder he looks so fascinated!
I liked the way he was holding his clay covered hands away from his body
I love watching a potter spin the magic! It’s so intriguing – great pic for the face challenge:D
I tried it once, it is very difficult. I guess practice would make perfect.
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