Friday, May 18, 2007

Inevitable

Okay, you're walking through Audubon Park and you see a young boy sitting next to one of the spraying fish. He's running his fingers through the stream. Good shot. Take it an move on.

But wait, you were a kid before. This story is about to get more interesting. There is no way this young explorer is not going to get up on that fish.

He wanders around and sits on the tail. Looks over at his mom -- she's just looking away! He climbs up a little further. Then further still. Then, "what the heck?", Go for it! He scoots all the way up and leans out where he can really have fun. Stop the spray, push it to the left, the right.

You knew this picture was coming, so you hung around. How did you know it was going to come? Because there's still a little kid in you.

Here's to your inner-kid. Hope he/she has fun today.


--steve buser

8 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I really enjoyed your narrative and the photo is priceless. Nice shot and great post.

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Irina said...

Great catch! I titally agree with you on the subject of inner kid :)

isabella said...

Boys will be boys ;-)

Tara said...

Lucky kid! I never got to do that. My mom would have scolded me to get down from there. I'll just have to live vicariously through this fortunate young man...

pusa said...

lol you were right, every kid would do that... guess i'd take a bath there though :)

Moi said...

Very cute :)

Nathalie said...

The story here just got me !
And the shot too, just beautiful.

Nathalie said...

Ps - disagree with Isabella, nothing about boys here. Girls would have done just the same (or else think again about the way you raise them - tears)