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Curiousity

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I will admit that I struggled with windows. And I know that even this isn’t technically a window. But it’s glass, and you can see through it, so I’m counting it.

I just loved how interested this otter was in my son. He kept coming back around to see if the green kid was still there. Our local zoo does a Boo at the Zoo event and he was dressed as Frankenstein (I don’t dress him like this year round, I promise).

And you can see my reflection in the glass too. In a completely non-sexy, just being a mom kind of way.

See others’ more sexy attempts at windows this week by clicking the lips below.

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18 Responses to “Curiousity”

  • Molly

    He looks utterly adorable

    mollyxxx

    • Rye

      Thanks. I kept coming back to this prompt as soon as you posted it and had all these ideas for shots I wanted to do. Then with the holidays and other madness it just didn’t happen. But I saw this photo yesterday and I couldn’t stop looking at the reflection of myself in the glass. Like a behind the scenes mom shot. It just made me feel like a good parent. And over the last few days I haven’t been good about much, so it was a nice moment.

  • Miss Scarlet

    That is a very cute picture!

  • Lea

    Even if it’s not “sexy” this is one of my favs. This is definitely a window – into the otter’s world. I am in love with otters, so it’s long shape up against your adorable son’s Frankenstein costume is simply adorable.

    • Rye

      Thanks. They were really intrigued by each other.

  • Tamar

    Hee, love this pic. The otter and your baby are both adorable!

    • Rye

      Thank you. Though I can only take credit for one of those. 🙂

  • sub-Bee

    Well that must have been a bizarre sight for them!

  • Malin James

    Your little one is adorable. What a sweet moment. Reminds me of zoo trips with my girl! 🙂

  • f dot leonora

    this is lovelt, and i love your use of reflections!!!

    • Rye

      Thanks. I took several shots as the otter kept coming around. There were even a few that you could see Sir in too. Me and my camera rarely get along so well.

  • BMN

    fab picture – who’s checking out who??
    BMN x

    • Rye

      Honestly, my son lost interest after about twenty seconds. The otter, however, kept circling as he though the green kid was just mesmerizing.

  • Jack (and Jill)

    Too many awesome things in this shot. I love the otter’s position. I love that your son dressed up as Frankenstein. I love your reflection in the glass (which absolutely counts as a window). Well done!

    • Rye

      Thanks. We are all about the classics in this house. Last year our toddler went as a sullen teenager in jeans and a hoodie.

  • mrabertsquirrel

    The glass TOTALLY counts as a window!

  • Marie Rebelle

    So sweet!

    Rebel xox

  • KaziG

    I echo Marie 🙂

    ~Kazi xxx

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