|Reuben throws his paper plane from the balcony|
Today was spent around the house and the township with some shopping, building and flying paper planes, and taking photos.
|Peter with his Nikon D3000|
In respect to paper planes Declan received for Christmas a paper plane calendar which came with instructions and paper to build six paper planes per week. In the first photo Reuben is flying his copy of today's plane
A few throws later it ended up on the roof, but was rescued successfully, which just shows that it can fly high.
I am lucky to be surrounded by fellow photographers on this holiday and in the second photo Peter, my father in-law is captured taking photos of his granddaughters.
With other photographers around it is always a lot easier to take your time when you stop to take photos. This is a much better situation instead of being the only person holding everyone else up whilst you set up for that elusive great photo.
If all goes well tomorrow morning we will be off to another morning shoot, this time to the Karridale area.