Thursday, September 13, 2007

Photo Hunters: Plastic



Living in a world surrounded by plastic! Scamp doesn't seem to mind!




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19 comments:

Linda said...

She looks totally okay with the plastic in her world!

Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting!

jmb said...

Lovely photo of your beautiful daughter in her world of plastic.

Siani said...

Aw, bless her - look at that face! Sheer, uninhibited glee. What a lovely pic for this week's theme. Thanks for visiting my blog.

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Of course she doesn't mind. She has a beautiful bicycle.
Thanks for the visit.

Heart of Rachel said...

Cute photo! There are indeed lots of fun and colorful plastics that children enjoy.

Trinity said...

ow... so pretty bicycle! Your kid is cute... :-)

have a great weekend!

Trinity

Whirlwind said...

Looks like she's having fun!

WorksForMom said...

It looks like shes just LOVES that toy! Great shot! She is so adorable!

Patricia said...

Adorable! Yes - mothers and grandmothers are definitely surrounded by lots of plastic. Thanks for stopping by Pollywog Creek. Hope you have a perfectly delightful weekend.

PowersTwinB said...

Your daughter is just a cutie! Imagine all the plastic toys we never saw in the 50's and 60;s while I was growing up! Thanks for the visit to my photo hunt plastic pinata!

gwapasila said...

very neat photos. Check my entry too if u have time. TC

Dragonheart said...

So cute! :) She is having fun with that colourful plastic. :)

jams o donnell said...

What a cute photo. She looks like she is having so much fun! Have a great weekend

Vader's Mom said...

She's adorable! I love seeing her photos up here.

Angelika said...

If you have to have plastic (and you do), THAT'S the plastic to have! :-)

SabineM said...

She is soo adorable! Lovely photo!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Oh my gosh, look at that happy face, she looks like she's having the time of her life :)

GREAT photo!

Barbara H. said...

I am so glad for plastic toys! Some of my brother's toys were made of real metal and heavy when they fell on someone's foot.

Barbara H. @ Stray Thoughts

Kucing Mafia said...

Those day toys were made from metal and its full of share edged. Even my old day favourite fire engine metal toy gave me few scratches.

Good thing they invented plastic.

Bad thing its not biodegradable.