When was the last time you made a paper airplane?
It starts with one sheet of paper…
….or maybe a few more sheets for friends .
Blowing air beneath the wings doesn’t really make any difference, but it doesn’t hurt either.
Aim high and let it loose!
Maybe it’s time to do the things we used to enjoy and invite friends over to join us.
I’m in love with you photos! Great job!
Loving it! Simplicity and the spirit of play at its best!
Simply joys indeed! Very well captured!
Fantastic shots! Great blog mate. I’d like to see more color from time to time;)
I tend to spend too much time on color adjustments and can’t seem to be quite happy with the outcome. It might have something to do with our geographical location being so close to the equator that light is usually harsh and color is washed out. And, it also doesn’t help much that I usually shoot from mid morning to noontime.
Like a mini-movie. Great sequence. In Italy, we’d blow steam on the nose of the plane…
to each his own style, and I hope kids will continue to play with paper airplanes in the future.
touching pictures, very well done!
this set is fun . the simple joys that the children have. thank you for capturing them. can’t remember the last time I made mine. maybe it is time to make one for Little Ray and Izzy ( if I still remember how). thank you once again.
I’m sure they’ll enjoy it, and you’ll know how to fold one.
It’s the last shot that captures my heart – all things possible are expressed on that face just before liftoff.
Very nice Orlando – How I wish i could take good pictures like yours – one can dream;o)
thank you, tita Mila. You can start by taking at least a day off of your very busy schedule.
Ohhh, ahhh, I love this series. Especially the second image down, where two of those beautiful faces are looking at the camera, and two are engrossed in their projects.
Simple joys of childhood. Beautiful photos!