Friday, May 8, 2009

Girls will be girls

Yesterday we saw little boys being little boys having fun playing in the fountain at the Christian Science Center. Today we give equal time to the girls and show them having fun playing in the fountain. Unlike the little boy yesterday who could easily navigate between the spraying water, this girl took a different tack, which I think may have been a lot more fun.

Keep an eye on the girl in the red skirt above left, then enlarge the image below to see her navigate the waters at the Christian Science Center. Note also her friend on the far right who was also photographing her friends adventure.


18 comments:

magiceye said...

girls will be girls
thank the lord for small mercies!!

lovely photographs those!!

cieldequimper said...

Ah fantastic post! Lucky you, we're freezing here!

brattcat said...

What a fun post. That red dress draws you right in to the adventure of fountain dancing.

ennbee said...

this one was fun as was yesterday's.

you sure do have a good life, you know that, clueless?

:)

B Squared said...

Kids and water, always an interesting combination.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love it that you caught that! FUN!

joo said...

Great idea! Both yeaterday and today posts are superb!

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic pictures! She is enjoying a lot her moment! Great post!
Have a beautiful weekend
God bless you
Léia

Malyss said...

She's not a child anymore, but has kept a child's mind!
The sun must hardly shining if peole can already play with water. Here it's hot, but not enough yet for that kind of game.
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Marie Reed said...

What else are adults supposed to do when it's steaming hot outside and there is gorgeously cold water being sprayed forth from a fountain.. Play!!!! I love this!

Malyss said...

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Christopher Raun Leth said...

A very nice capture. She sure seems to enjoy herself.

amatamari said...

Moments of joy ... beautiful photographic sequence!

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Julie said...

This is great fun. I agree that the red dress is a great point of reference. That would be bordering on a massage running through those water spouts. I hope she had a change of clothing in her sack.

Chuck Pefley said...

Looks like she's got the technique down -:)

Marie-Noyale said...

Hope the water was not too cold!!

valeria said...

She looks joyful and careless. A bit of fresh air in the web! Fantastic!