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Setting Up His "Cerel" Stand
Setting Up His "Cerel" Stand
Faye Pekas

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Busy (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-300D Rebel
Location: Roseburg Oregon
Date: Nov 1, 2005
Galleries: Family, Humorous
Date Uploaded: Nov 1, 2005

My 6 year old grandson said he felt like having some shrimp and asked me if we could go out to dinner. I told him I didn't have enough money to go out to dinner. The next thing I knew, he had set up this "cerel" stand out on the sidewalk to make money to go to dinner.

Needless to say, his mother and I bought his "cerel" and I went out to buy him some shrimp.

What else could a grandmother do?!?! :)

I don't even expect this to do well, but I had to submit it anyway.

Place: 83 out of 190
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Views since voting: 611
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Votes: 249
Comments: 5
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/08/2005 03:34:09 PM
my son sold grapes and acorns on different occasions at about that age. :) This is so cute!
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11/08/2005 03:34:17 AM
Lovely. A bit too tight on the left. Would a lower angle have been beneficiary?
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11/06/2005 05:32:58 PM
nice moment..
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11/04/2005 09:55:53 AM
I think maybe taking the picture from eye level (his) would have worked better for me. It may have eliminated some of the asphalt and made the picture more intimate. As it is, it's a little too precious for me.
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11/02/2005 04:57:18 PM
love the b/w...looks great with the picture...
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