Hello everyone, welcome to Snap It! The photography linky for children. I hope you’ve all had a wonderful week.
It was bank holiday here in Northern Ireland on Tuesday for the Twelfth of July, where events take place up and down the country to celebrate the victory of the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. Thousands of men from the Orange Order, along with marching bands, take to the streets to march in various locations. It’s a real family event, with the end of the parade taking place in a field full of bouncy castles and stalls and food vans, where people usually sit down for a picnic and a bit of craic with their family.
We visit every year, as my husband marches. This year our journey to the parade was almost an hour long. Unfortunately when we arrived, I realised I’d left my sons ear defenders at home. He needs them when watching the bands as the drums are too loud for him. Luckily I’d brought his iPad which is something which helps him focus and keep calm.
While we were watching the bands, Neil had a little play about with the effects on the camera of his iPad. He captured some pretty funky looking shots, which I thought I would share today.
I would love to see what your children had been snapping this week!
To join in, simply share any photo that was taken by your child. Be it a dodgy selfie, an accidental foot photo, or a wildlife shot. It doesnt need to be perfect, and it can be shot with a camera, a phone/ tablet or a kids camera. If they’ve been snapping, I want to see it! Simply link up your blog post below. While you are here, I would love a little share too, to spread the word about my new linky!
The rules for this linky are simple:
- The Linky is open from Thursday 7am until Sundat 11:59 pm
- Link up one post
- Photos can be with or without words
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- Any posts not related to children’s photography will be removed.
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