"Life is not a problem to be solved, nor a question to be answered. Life is a mystery to be experienced." ~ Alan Watts
I wonder what is going through his mind? Great moment Jessica!http://nelmitravel.com/2012/09/28/a-moment-in-time-80/
I'd love to know too. :) We had walked a new part of a trail that opened up by our house and he was checking out the graffiti on the buildings that lined the first part of it. It was a beautiful day! :)
I think he's wondering where he's going to fit his piece of art onto that wall, Jessica! ;) His right hand seems poised for action sort of!
that is really cool... love the capture!
Corinne, I know he'd love this on his bedroom wall, that's for sure! He's holding in his right arm a barbie...He insisted on taking her along! lol :)
Oh so sweet. Children can find joy in everything. Here's my moment http://suzyspics.blogspot.co.nz/2012/09/this-moment-reminders.html
They sure can! Thanks for stopping by Suzy...I went to your moment..very meaningful. Thanks for sharing it!:)
A simple and perfect moment, Jessica! You couldn't have a better subject. :)Blessings!
Haha I have so many pictures of that boy! :) He makes a great subject indeed. Thanks for stopping by Martha. :) ~ many blessings
Oh so colorful! I have seen this kind of art mostly in Italy. I loved that he took the moment to look at it ;)
Oh my Jessica, how did I miss this? I've been missing posts from some of my favorite bloggers lately. Shame on me. I'll have to try to keep up better.It's a lovely moment ♥ He looks like he is totally fascinated with all of the colors in the artwork :) Thank you for sharing!
what a picture!! the world needs more reflective thinker like him!!!
I enjoy staring at graffiti wondering what the artist was thinking... is that what he is doing? :)
great capture, jessica! it's like we can actually see him thinking...have a great weekend!my moment:http://www.dangerouslinda.com/3606