Taipei through the lens of a 4 year old

Our last three off-island adventures I have given Eden our old ‘point & shoot’ camera and let her click away as she pleases. Its been a lot of fun to watch.

Tonight I finally remembered to download the photos to our computer and wanted to share a few of hers from our recent trip to Taiwan.

Hong Kong & Seoul will be posted over the next few weeks!

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18 responses to “Taipei through the lens of a 4 year old

    • She has fun with it and its great entertainment for her especially if we are doing something that she isnt interested in!

    • not sure how insightful I am, but thank you!! Eden really enjoys having a camera (I just need to remember to keep her batteries charged which I often forget about!)

  1. Great job Eden. Loved your choices of subject, particularly of Clio, who has apparently found a way to put up two fingers. Love. GM and GP.

    • Yes Clio likes to do the peace sign too…this version of doing one finger from each hand she learnt from Eden! Eden likes to take close up shots of Clio…we have a lot pictures of her feet, ears etc!

  2. Wow, she has a really good eye already. She really focuses on some interesting parts, like the dragons across the top of the building. She must take after her mom. What is the picture of the knit item with the ribbon around it?

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  5. That is an interesting experiment. The advent of digital cameras has really opened things up for the kids of today. She did so well!

    • she loves taking photos although I read an article just the other day about parents who gave their child a polaroid, as this way they could actually learn a little more about lighting etc, I kind of wish I had done that instead lol!

    • Yeah it is really interesting I know she has a thing for flowers and people, but more parts of people like close up of ears, eyes etc!

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