Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Free chalk

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When chips fall from the chalky cliff  and become chalk for creative children . . .

(Grandson Eyal at the end of my street in Meitar.)

Happy C Day at ABC Wednesday.
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20 comments:

VP said...

A lovely portrait!

Reader Wil said...

Beautiful, Dina! I dont know how it is with you, but I couldn't get enough of watching my granddaughter, who will be 2 next week. She is so funny and lively. I came home last Friday and was delighted to be in the cool (not really cold,) weather of Holland.I miss the children, but I feel the warmth of my neighbours and friends as a welcome home. I belong here.

Leslie: said...

Children love chalk, especially the giant coloured ones so they can draw all over the driveways and sidewalks!

leslie
abcw team

Roger Owen Green said...

Art!

Richard Lawry said...

A piece of chalk always brings the artist out in a child.
An Arkie's Musings

Karl Demetz said...

A nice portrait, Dina.
Früh übt sich...

JM said...

I agree, it's a lovely portrait, Dina. And the chalk is free! :-)

DawnTreader said...

*smile*

Hildred said...

Lovely memory capture...

William Kendall said...

A good portrait, Dina.

Kids here do the same thing on the sidewalks in the summer.

RuneE said...

Nothing like using what is at hand!

ellen b said...

Great use of the letter C!!

Raine said...

A serene capture! Lovely day too.

Ercotravels said...

Nice photo of the cute child..

Jo said...

What a great picture, and how great to have the free chalk!

tulika singh said...

Aww love that. My kids loved to play with chalk too when they were younger.

lisa said...

Nature's art supplies....supplied!

Powell River Books said...

Creative cids, I mean kids. - Margy

Kay L. Davies said...

I don't know a single child who can resist a piece of chalk, and free chalk is too good to pass up. The photo of your grandson reminds me of my youngest brother when he was very young. He was drawing all the time, everywhere, and the very idea of a table and a chair seemed superfluous when the urge overtook him. He's now a very successful artist in the animation industry.
K

Kay said...

Terrific photo, Dina! I just watched a video about National Geographic's Dewitt Jones and you've got all the elements of a great shot in this photo.