Thursday, November 6, 2008

Love These


I love these photographs by Alfred Eisenstaedt, the children are watching a puppet show and their different reactions are wonderful! I smile like a ninny when I look at these.

10 comments:

sushi2 said...

How cute!! Just the simple things in life make us smile. Thanks for reminding us to appreciate those moments. =)

Jennifer Conway said...

Those are wonderful photo's!!

KitschKrafts said...

Their little outfits are sooo cute! But, why would they be in shorts if they need to have fuzzy hats to keep them warm??

Strange, but still very sweet!

Linda Crispell said...

I gaze at these pics wondering the exact same thing. Why are the little guys all bundled up on top, but wearing booty shorts on the bottom?

Christa from Chloe Rose said...

Those are a riot! These would be fabulous framed! I love little kids and these expressions are hilarious....it makes me wonder what the puppet show was about.

Great Pictures!

Christa
Chloe Rose

LiLi M. said...

Hi Linda, I love your little icon! And I love your pictures, these are true time travel machines for me. It coul have been me (not on the front row, but somewhere invisible).
After reading about the wondering about the shorts vs the fuzzy hats; here is my theory:
Not all kids have those hats, only three in front. My brother always had pain in his ears when he didn't wear the hood of his jacket. Those kids have pain in the ear too!
You have a great blog, I will be back once my hoover is sattisfied :-(
Have a great weekend!

GABRIELA DELWORTH said...

Hello Linda,

I love these photos!

~ Gabriela ~

julie (jane's apron) said...

Love those too...looks like it was a scary puppet show.

Katie Runnels said...

Thanks for sharing these!! Soo Wonderful to see their faces!!

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed visiting your blog for the first time.
I love these photos. If they were taken before the 60's and in England or Australia, I could almost guarantee that it was actually a cold day, but all of the little boys would have had shorts on. Boys didn't get their long pants until they were older. So bare legs and scarfs were the go.
SarahJ