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Old May 23, 2009, 2:09 PM   #1
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The facial expressions of a seven-month-old watching Barney

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The tongue in cheek is priceless. I like them all. The laptop in the foreground gives perspective as to what is causing her to make all those wonderfully caught expressions but I would try and crop them out for a different look.

She is a real cutie.
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That's been a great set, indeed! It's just that watching her facial expression change in joy in each frame...brings a warm smile on the beholder's face! Btw, 'Barney and friends' is also liked over here ; )
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The tongue in cheek is priceless. I like them all. The laptop in the foreground gives perspective as to what is causing her to make all those wonderfully caught expressions but I would try and crop them out for a different look.

She is a real cutie.
Thanks..After I set up the laptop for her and saw her reactions, I HAD to capture it. She is a cutie, thank you. I did try some different crops, but my main critic (my wife) liked these better... Robert
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That's been a great set, indeed! It's just that watching her facial expression change in joy in each frame...brings a warm smile on the beholder's face! Btw, 'Barney and friends' is also liked over here ; )
Bahadir, thank you for your kind words. I am not surprised that the phenomenon that is Barney is enjoyed by the children of Turkey or anywhere for that matter, as he is such a "globe trotter". Personally, watching Barney is tantamount to watching grass grow, but the kids love him.

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Fantastic pictures.

In a few years time you will look at them and look at your growing little girl and be so thankful you captured those images.
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Thank you so much for your kind words. She is indeed growing like a weed. She will be one year young on October 13th.. Robert
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These are so good! Thanks for sharing. Crisp, clear, sharp and colourful photos. But most importantly of your precious little child.

Barney is a legend. Global village evidenced how we (adults from across the world) know "Barney"! If you have enough of the "Fisher Price" word / logo in other shots, maybe you could sell them the photo "see how happy Fisher Price things make your family?" Sorry, I have a marketing degree.

All the best. Keep sharing your family photos. I don't have children but I have 3 nieces and 2 nephews between 2 months and 5 years. I know I'm the "crazy camera uncle", but hey - the parents (and even older children) always appreciate looking at my photos of them!

I shared some of my nieces a few weeks' back in this forum. Memories very precious, as is reality.

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Thank you, Paul, for your kind words. Yes, I believe Barney is known everywhere it seems. I do like your idea on the marketing strategy. I would imagine these companies are inundated with photos from proud parents and grandparents. Maybe I could make her a Keebler Elf...



Not sure of your age, Paul, I have a son 35 years of age, and this is his little girl. I have heard it said that life begins at forty, but I think it begins with your first grand-child.

Say hello to Tundi, and post some more pictures! Robert
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