Photo Heart Connection: January

little kid

In January, we were fortunate to spend some time in the beautiful Bahamas. The light was so stunning and energizing. And so I settled on my word for the year.

To celebrate the New Year and my word, I gorged on sunrises — an obvious place to capture light.

But there are so many others. Children can be beings of light can’t they? And they don’t have to be our own to capture our hearts, do they? I cherish and honour the free and pure spirits of young children wherever I see them. That feeling is something that can connect us all in our common humanity…

I just fell for this little guy. His uninhibited street dancing during the New Year’s celebration of Junkanoo absolutely delighted me.When I get too serious in 2014, I will think of him!

little kid2Sharing with Kat Sloma’s Photo Heart Connection…

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26 thoughts on “Photo Heart Connection: January

  1. I love these images. One certainly can be rejuvenated by watching and playing with children and this little fella is just darling. In your photos you always seem to capture so much depth and feeling of the moment. Beautifully done!

  2. I always find that the time I spend with young children renews me and lightens my mood. You’ve captured such joy in these photos!

  3. What a capture!! The bright look in his smile and eyes just brings smiles to me! I love how little ones light up our life…not even knowing it.

  4. Oh you are so right about the light that shines from children…it can be a rainy, cloudy day and yet they still shine…i love your little guy here…so cute and by your description, he sounds very animated…easy to fall in love with that personality…

  5. So, so happy. What a great antidote to the over-seriousness some of us are prone to. Dance like a little kid! I hope you bought some great music to bring home with you to inspire that dance. Thanks for sharing in the Photo-Heart Connection, Sherry. Here’s to another great year!

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