Child Skipping to the Music at the Park- Smile Photo Challenge

A child skipping is my choice for The Daily Post WordPress “Smile” photo challenge. Our assignment is to share a photo which may “elicit some measure of joy.”

Lynn Kelley, Grammy Gets It, child skipping, Smile photo challenge

This photo from last summer at a concert in the park puts a smile on my face and elicits joy and peace as I recall that evening:

Live music in harmony with gentle breezes, tree branches swaying, dragonflies flitting, and children dancing, skipping, and squealing with laughter.

Photography challenges me immensely, so I was pleased to capture my granddaughter skipping to the beat of the song. Her little sis running to catch up was a sweet bonus. Action shots are my favorites.

I’m looking forward to more concerts in the parks this coming summer, more precious moments drenched in the sublime.

To view other “Smile” photo challenge posts, go here.

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12 Responses to Child Skipping to the Music at the Park- Smile Photo Challenge

  1. Marilyn Powell says:

    I’m so relaxed listening to the lovely music, what a special night! The children make
    it all worthwhile!

  2. Pambelina says:

    Such an adorable action shot you got of the girls…love it!

  3. L. Moon says:

    children always lift our spirits – don’t they?

  4. And if anyone else is caught skipping…well, it’s just scary.

  5. Yvette Carol says:

    This is such a sweet photo and memory. Lovely! 🙂

  6. klara says:

    concerts in the park are the best! nice capture of happy children.

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