Yesterday, I drove down to Northern Kentucky to spend some time with a good friend of mine Melanie and her two year old son Liam. We went to a petting zoo and park where I was able to capture mother and son having a wonderful time together. Liam had a great time feeding the various animals. He even met a odd creature called a zorse(half horse, half zebra).
SO cute! I have never even heard of a Zorse. So weird! My fav picture is the fourth from the bottom. Liam looks so happy and the animals in the background look like they’re photo bombing the picture. It’s so funny and cute!
Great pictures as always! You capture people just as well as you capture nature’s beauty.
Thanks! glad you like my work.
Great photographs…what kind of camera are you using?
Thanks. Nikon D3100.
Charming images – the purity of Liam’s response is delightful.
Charming. Lovely shots.
Someone , said ” When you bring children to this world, the least you can do is see it with them , as if they are showing it to you”
Thanks, beautiful words.
The “Mom and son walk and talk” pic is precious!
Looks like a very happy day!
It was fun Les. Thanks.
How refreshing to see such a lovely series of photos of mother and son just getting out there and having such a great time. And how fantastic you were there to record it. Love it!
Great photos. Love the ones with Liam and the animals peeking in the background.
Yeah, I thought those were cute.
Lovely shots! So sweet❤
Sweet! Reminds me of when our girls were tiny. Kids and animals are about the best things in the world! Lovely work!
Thanks. I had fabulous models to work with.
Great pictures that become memories… wonderful. 😀
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
What a handsome little lad. Those pics are really good and should make your portfolio expand considerably. You got some great shots of that little cutie. All the pics are so sharp with excellent lighting.
Thanks! I am glad you liked them.
lovely family shots
It must’ve been a grand time.
It was fun David.
What great pictures. The look of joy on the little ones face is priceless. Thanks also for visiting my blog!
You are welcome & thanks.
looks like such a happy day … and zorse sounds like my kind of animal
you are so welcome 🙂
Great photos – Melanie will treasure those images of her son. Thanks for visiting my blog!
You are welcome and thanks to you too.
Beautiful pictures of my daughter and grandson!
Thank you for taking them!
You are welcome. Liam is such a good natured child. I know you are proud of him.
Wow, the landscape in the last picture looks unreal!! Very nice shots!!!
Thanks Morgan, it is a very nice park.
Nothing is greater than a child’s delight…
Did you have a good time, too…. I’m sure it’s not all about the child…!
Yes, it was good catching up with my friend.
😉 We all need friends…!
What a sweet face Liam has! Such unfettered joy and wonder!
I agree. Thanks Kami.
Great pictures! I’m looking forward to seeing more of your posts, and thanks for stopping by my blog to read and like my latest post (for which my son actually should get the credit!). Your little boy reminds me of a blond version of my son when he was that age…fun, isn’t it? Keep posting!
Thanks amphomma. Well I can’t take credit for Liam. He is not my son but my friend’s boy.
My mistake about Liam! Thank you for correcting me. The pictures are of course still great; you captured that little-kid awe!
Looked like a great day. Need to take kids out for some fun.
what a lovely set of photos ….
Thank you shammee.
What a joy to spend a day with them x children make everything so much more enjoyable. Lovely pictures x
Thanks for stopping by and I am glad you enjoyed the photos.
What precious pics! Thank you for sharing your wonderful day with your two friends!!!
Thank you Lisa.
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Smiling face of your child is lovely and tender hearted. Good! Does it resemble father?
Yeah he looks like his dad. His dad is named Brandon. He was at work that day.
I love your choices for the pictures’ titles!
Liam has that little twinkle of joyful cheekiness in his eyes, I think you have captured it in many of the shots. Good stuff.
Cool pics! I’ve always liked petting zoos, primarily because the baby goats fascinate me. I don’t know why.