Sunday, July 12, 2009

Afternoon delight


While photographing a local church a couple of days ago, we were fortunate to meet these young ladies taking their charges for a ride around the campus. We thought they were a very handsome group and thank them for graciously consenting to having their picture taken.

Photo by Lois Anne.

32 comments:

MJ said...

The more the merrier? :-)

Kcalpesh said...

Well why only the ladies look like saying cheese... the kids are sure behaving like little celebrities... :-)) CUTE Capture!

Olivier said...

une photo culte, superbe on dirait le départ d'une course ;o))
a photograph worship, haughtiness they would say the departure of a running ;o))

magiceye said...

bright and cheerful!

Don and Krise said...

Holy Cow! That's a lot of mouths to feed. Great shot though.

Vogon Poet said...

Colorful parade of kids, wonderful catch. I like these industrial strength strollers, we don't see many here.

Bergson said...

Pushchairs competition?

Gunn White said...

That`s the way to do it! ;-)
I guess the kids enjoy their trips.
A nice and colorful photo.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Wow, the supernannies take the kiddos on a ride. Delightful picture!

Per Stromsjo said...

If this isn't public transportation I don't know what is! A colourful crowd, merrily strolling by.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

An interesting shot, I've never seen buggies like the red ones before.

Dianne said...

this is one of the happiest photos ever!
I really love how all your shots have such an exceptional clarity that just jumps off the screen

Leif Hagen said...

Great kids on wheels photo! We have some of those red wagons in Eagan, too. I saw OCALA on the weather map last night and thought of JACOB and LOIS ANNE! West of Daytona Beach, eh?

Hilda said...

Oof, what a relief. In the portal thumbnail, I thought they were twins, quadruplets and sextuplets!

Halcyon said...

Funny! I wonder where people buy those carts? I bet they get heavy to push.

Sean said...

Why do I feel the one on the left got a raw deal?

Jarart said...

This is so fun to look at! Love those huge strollers.

Daryl said...

Aw .. so sweet ...

Lois said...

How adorable! They have one of those red strollers at my granddaughter's daycare and she loves it.

JM said...

I've never seen such 'cars' (the red ones), so very cool! Great capture!

nopham said...

Cute children. My nieces and nephew are Finnish. Sorry, I got your messages, but couldn't post my comment. E-mail me @ nopham@aol.com if you don't hear from us next time. Thanks Jacob.

Tricia said...

Those women have their hands FULL! WoW!

m_m said...

:) I like these red prams:) Really nice shot!

Small City Scenes said...

Wow!! I love those strollers. Neat!

I am back--pretty frightening huh!!

When my stairsteps were little we would go for a walk down the road all on little ponies--well not me I was walking. Someone had to be the adult. MB

D said...

My first thought...that's a lot of little noses to wipe!
Too cute!

Becky said...

I like how they multiply as you go right to left. Those red strollers are amazing! And to think some moms need those for their own children! Crazy...

melanie said...

Je n'avais jamais vu ça ! C'est vraiment sympa !

Steffe said...

Very colorful and a what a great photo opportunity!

Rose said...

They have more courage than I have right now! What a shot it makes, though.

Marie said...

This is very unusual and funny!

Juergen Kuehn said...

Very very nice, Lois..!!

Vivian said...

Now that's a lot of babies! I like how they are in "number" order...2, 4, 6 and the one with 6 looks like a Hummer! Makes for a happy, colorful picture.

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