I’m posting this picture a little late, it’s pretty much too cold to run around in chunky sweaters now. Though we are lucky in Vancouver that way, we just get wet sometimes, but never freeze really. Every year for the past few years I have prayed for snow on Christmas, and we have usually got it, though it melts right away. I’m dreaming of another white Christmas.

33 thoughts on “Run and Jump

  1. hello!! i am back again finally! 🙂 this is lovely — quite surreal actually! love colors and placement!! can’t wait tol get caught up with everything… speak soon!!!xoxo

  2. Looks like fun, but now winter coats and the grass covered in show is what I would expect to see in a re-enactment of this scene. I like the feel of “instant film” here, or perhaps the feel of a photograph taken 40 years ago where the colours have shifted. Nice one Elaine.

  3. Wow! Like the “vintage” treatment result on my screen. The no visage kids add especial ambiance to the result. Bravo. Like your new photoblog interface.

  4. Extra! Une scène pleine de vie, de dynamisme et de couleurs aussi ! J’aime bien ce petit côté “venues d’ailleurs …” 🙂 Bravo Elaine et à bientôt!

  5. With all the praising words used up, I can’t really comment on this picture without becoming a comment “sheep”, but oh well. So goes. ;)Cool shot and nice processing, looks like they are having a ball.,…baaaahhhh. 😉

  6. Looks like there having fun, wonderful colors and beautiful processingI dont mind a bit of snow on days I can stay in, it son days when I have to go out I dont really like it lOL

  7. Love the green tone of the pavement. The reds are really saturated but don’t clip on my monitor. Love the sense of movement in the photo. Not only from the kids…to me it looks like the camera was moving, too.

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