Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Start 'em Young/ Watery Wednesday

Last Saturday in Port Perry


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45 comments:

see you there! said...

Sweet! Every kid should have that experience.

Darla

Jacob said...

Very nice, EG. This one's not so much about fishing but relationships! A feel good photo!

B SQUARED said...

He'll remember it the rest of his life.

Leif Hagen said...

A nice father and son photo - great feel!

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture is so sweet!Amazing and lovely moment so well captured! :)
Hugs
Léia

Small City Scenes said...

One always needs a helping hand and Dad's is the best. MB

Kaori said...

Awww, male bonding! What a precious shot :D

arabesque said...

poignant shot! ^0^

Malyss said...

That's a very lovely picture of tenderness and fatherhood! I love it very much!

Nessa said...

My kids still talk about fishing trips even though they don't fish now.

Paulie said...

That may be the case BUT I think they start em young so they can go fishing and have an excuse! Ü

kaye said...

precious

ewok1993 said...

I'm so pleased to see kids with their parents enjoying outdoor activities like fishing. I know of a 3 yo who can't wait to go to the lake to fish - all his life his father takes him fishing that's why.

Hope your week is rolling by beautifully.

SRQ said...

Nice quality time. Sweet capture.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice photo. Usually help is asked for the take the fish off or put on another worm.

Michelle said...

What a great father son moment captured.

Rinkly Rimes said...

The child may not remember this delightful moment but the father certainly will.

Marie said...

Absolutely. I wonder if they caught some snapper ;-)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Its always great to see an older teach a younger how to fish.

George said...

This is a wonderful father-son photo.

Farmchick said...

Sweet picture!

eden said...

I love this photo. What a great moment of father and son!

Manang Kim said...

This is sweet picture!
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J Bar said...

Top shot.
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SandyCarlson said...

That is so sweet.

wenn said...

that's great!

Becky and Gary said...

How cute EG. When I was about hat age I used to catch fish with my hands.
B.

Lesley said...

awwww

LDH said...

aww... isn't that the sweetest photo! A little guy and his dad!

Tricia said...

Oh that's definitely starting them young, alright! Great shot

chubskulit said...

I agree! Lovely shot.


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Junneth said...

Wow bonding and fishing! Nice post!

michael said...

That's a great greeting card shot. Lots of feel good here.

Luna Miranda said...

a sweet, tender moment you captured. a great bonding moment.

NatureFootstep said...

what a sweet situation you captured. Love it.

Boom Nisanart said...

What a lovely moment : )

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Gattina said...

What an adorable picture !

Tracy said...

Nice photo. I don't think there is anything as sweet as seeing a father and son doing this unless it's maybe going to a baseball game together.

Spiderdama said...

Oh, so cute!! Very nice picture

Rose said...

Truer words were never spoken...our oldest daughter could cast by the time she was three years old. Even though she don't get the time to do it, she still loves to fish.

Helena said...

What a wonderful shot. Brings back memories of my dad taking us fishing when we were little.

Carolyn Ford said...

That's exactly what my little 3 year old grandson did with his daddy this past weekend...and, they were approached by a bear, too! The bear swiped one paw into the very water they were fishing and caught a fish...my little grandson was angry at the bear for catching HIS fish! Then the bear proceeded to break into their ice chest and help himself! He bit a hole in the ice chest to open it. Meanwhile my daughter's family gingerly made their way back to the car. Thankfully the bear wasn't aggressive toward them...just the fish and the ice-chest. Such precious moments!

JO said...

great bonding time.

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Cindy said...

Very cute, it is important to start them young. My grandkids are 3 and 6 and they have caught several fish in their young lives.
Cindy

Ann said...

When the kid starts his blog, he will remember," Once my dad took me fishing, it was the best time of my life." or even he has to write a recount in his class.

What a powerful photo.

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